As Warren Buffett, who is claimed as the most legendary investor of all time, once emphasized, the biggest thing that kills businesses is complacency. Therefore, businesses must adapt to the technological changes in society because they are happening faster than ever before. New competitors emerge every day with technological advancements seeking to disrupt the status quo. Failing to embrace this change will have fatal consequences. To always stay ahead of competition, it is absolutely crucial to have a strategic advisor to guide you through the storms and the tribulations.
Our lawtech firm specialises in technological advancements and will ensure your business is profitable, prosperous and ready to take advantage of disruptive innovations. Our firm can assist you in Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Quantum Computing, Smart Cities, E-commerce, Green Hydrogen, 3D Printing, Internet of Things (IoT), Autonomous Vehicles, Mobile and mobile internet, Networks, 5G cellular communications and wireless power, Unmanned aerial vehicles (drones), Intelligent Apps (I – Apps), Biometrics, Intelligent Spaces, DevOps, Big Data and Augmented Analytics, Cognitive cloud & edge computing, Angular and react, Serverless computing or function as a service (FAAS), High Tech and many more.
It is evident, then, that our diverse group of talented lawyers and advisors can take on any legal issue associated with these state-of-the-art technologies and our professional approach can yield positive long-term sustainable growth for your business. Our meticulous analysis of legal issues will ensure you are fully prepared for disruptions and so will our multidisciplinary team consisting of passionate experts in a variety of practices such as intellectual property law, contract law, corporate law, investment law, commercial law, consumer law, data protection, privacy and many more. Our clients have been advised in a wide range of issues like copyrights, trademark, branding, commercial contracting, preparing and drafting legal agreements such as terms & conditions, licences and more, privacy, data protection and GDPR compliance, capital raising, venture capital investments, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, divestitures, corporate governance, taxes, employment and benefits, commercial contracting and the rights of debtors and creditors, as these matters become relevant in a technology-oriented setting.