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Sectors and Industries

PropTech & Real Estate Technology

PropTech, is a fast-growing sector that consists of technologically innovative products, services or new business models that disrupt and transform the property industry in ways never seen in the past.  While technology opens new paths, PropTech promises to disrupt a wide range of segments of the industry, by offering more efficient and innovative solutions, including property financing through P2P and crowd-funded websites, alternative leasing forms and many more.

We believe that technology significantly revolutionizes the real estate industry in different ways, using emerging technologies like machine learning, blockchain, big data, and artificial intelligence (AI).

At this crucial time, the industry is moving at a speedy pace, making the need for experienced and knowledgeable lawyers who understand the challenges and opportunities along with technology within this industry highly significant.  Our team understands that clients need their legal work carried out effectively, efficiently, quickly, and securely as well.

Our enthusiastic and experienced lawtech experts offer legal services and support to the real estate industry actors including companies, investors, landlords, managing agents, tenants and developers of innovative real estate technology, who are seeking to harness technology in order to make the industry better and more effective.

Our team of experts can advise clients across the world on a variety of different issues and offer a complete range of legal services that help businesses face their challenges at every single phase of their business life cycle.

Our dedicated lawyers can also assist startups get organized and funded and help either new or established companies in obtaining venture capital and other private financing, corporate partnerships, covering research and development arrangements, IP strategies, and IPO and M&A exit transactions.

We also offer advice in other sectors related to the PropTech industry, including but not limited to data management and security, privacy law and digital transformation strategies.