|IT and IP law|
Running a business means innovation. Your IT facilities form an integral part of your company and contribute to innovation and progress.
Matters relating to this include the question of whether you outsource your IT facilities, develop tailor-made and other software or purchase standard software. Due to unrealistic expectations on the part of the supplier as well as the clients, it often happens that IT projects are unsuccessful or encounter delays. Who pays the bill in such cases?
Our IT law specialists have many years of experience in drawing up, negotiating on and terminating all kinds of IT contracts: automation contracts, service level agreements (SLAs), outsourcing, e-commerce, databases and personal data protection. We advise you in any case to discuss large-scale procedures with our lawyers beforehand.