You may be licensing or buying hardware and software, integrating new systems or getting support for old ones – whatever your needs, you want to ensure your contract covers you. IT contracts can often appear complex. By looking after the details, and understanding what you need to achieve, our aim is keep things as simple as possible for you.
Our clients range from individuals and start-ups to large organisations including website and app developers, software vendors and licensors, telcos, Software-as-a-Service and Platform-as-a-Service providers (cloud services), as well as their customers. Because we advise both providers of technology services and their customers, we are able to offer tailored advice to reach commercial, practical solutions.
As a customer of an IT service, you need advice on the issues that are relevant to your business. Our extensive experience across a wide range of industries – particularly in the media and entertainment sector – means you can expect the advice we provide to be practical within your specific context.
We can advise you on:
- Software, app and website development agreements
- Issues relating to the use and development of open source software
- Issues relating to cloud computing and other IT service contracts such as data security and service level agreements
- Industry specific contracts such as in-flight entertainment services, ticketing agreements, internet advertising contracts, digital cinema distribution and electronic sell-through.
We advised Microsoft in relation to agreements with content providers for the distribution of content through apps on its Xbox Live platform.
We advised Omnifone in relation to agreements with its customers for the provision of its digital music platform. Counterparties include major mobile networks, digital radio providers and consumer electronics manufacturers.
We advised Joltid in relation to the licensing of its technology, including to Skype.
We advised in relation to its procurement of an in-flight entertainment system.
We advised a major international airline in relation to receipt of airfare pricing data for use in relation to its website bookings.
High profile airline
We advised a major international airline in relation to its receipt of payment data tokenisation and transaction authorisation services.
The Really Useful Group
We advised Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Really Useful Group Theatres in relation to launch of its new website, reallyuseful.com.
We advised Geomerics, a technology company specialising in graphics software for the games industry, in relation to the licensing out of its middleware lighting engine.