Our specialists in IT law are pleased to advise organisations and IT entrepreneurs on the various legal issues that play a role when offering or purchasing IT products and services.
Our service offering comprises:
- Contracts | drafting or reviewing agreements for SaaS and other cloud services or the development, implementation or delivery of software and hardware;
- Distribution and Collaboration | Advice on licensing structures and other forms of collaboration with partners, distributors and agents;
- E-commerce | Advice on e-commerce and electronic contracting;
- Internet Law | The legal aspects of websites and other Internet law related topics;
- IT Conflicts | Advice in case an IT project gets stuck or threatens to fail;
- Litigation | Litigating IT disputes if there is no other solution;
- Cybercrime | Drafting an incident-response plan and assistance if your organisation becomes the victim of a hack or other cybersecurity incident;
- Intellectual property | agreeing on the use or transfer of intellectual property rights in software.
If you are unsure whether we can help you, please do not hesitate to contact us. If we cannot help you, we will be happy to see if we know of a party in our network that might be able to.
Pellicaan Advocaten can also advise you on other relevant areas of law
IT law does not stand alone. Much of the advice we give or the agreements we draw up also require knowledge of other areas of law. Also within your organisation you will often have other legal questions which you probably prefer to put to one office.
We therefore consider it an advantage that we can easily obtain knowledge from other lawyers and legal experts working in the following areas of law (among others):
- Privacy law | Personal data are processed in almost all IT solutions and applications. This means that knowledge of privacy law is indispensable;
- Company law | In the case of outsourcing and joint ventures and other forms of collaboration, knowledge of company law is essential;
- Labour law | IT projects may also involve secondment or other forms of flexible employment. For example, knowledge of the doctrine of the "transfer of an undertaking" and the legal impact thereof may be relevant in an outsourcing project.
You can find an overview of all our in-house expertise on our expertise page.
Distinctive through our cooperation with other experts
Some IT-related issues also require advice from other experts. Examples include cybersecurity specialists, IT auditors or tax specialists. We are used to working in a multidisciplinary team. We consider that one of the interesting and enjoyable aspects of our work! If you are looking for a particular specialist, we will be happy to put you in touch with that specialist from our network.