Technology shapes our society and the way we do business like nothing else. The rules and techniques are developing rapidly and often catch the unwary by surprise.
Keystone's lawyers draw from their experience of acting on technology projects and working with both suppliers and customers. We take care to understand the technology behind the software as well as the commercial issues involved in this specialist area.
We advise on a wide array of issues ranging from software licences and outsourcing agreements to telecommunications projects. Our specialist lawyers will provide you with pragmatic, creative and affordable solutions to your technology legal requirements.
We recognise that information technology projects and contracts can be unpredictable and that difficulties may arise. Where necessary, our technology lawyers will work with their dispute resolution colleagues to advise companies who find themselves involved in disputes whether relating to copyright, software procurement issues or failure to achieve service level agreements.
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Vanessa is a commercial lawyer who helps clients who are using technology to innovate or disrupt established ways of doing things. She has supported clients from household-name global brands to nimble start-ups do this for over 15 years, across goods, services and digital.
Carolyn has a wealth of experience in company/commercial law and specialist skills in IT law and data privacy. She has a proactive approach and provides business-focused solutions on a broad range of commercial and corporate transactional matters and helps companies to address compliance issues particularly in regard to data privacy.
Lucy is a commercial lawyer with particular expertise in digital media, technology, e-commerce and digital publishing. Her specialisms include the development and publication of apps, games and websites; social media publishing; digital magazines; the digital distribution of content; online partnerships/affiliate deals; and the sale of physical, digital and virtual goods via websites and apps.
Gillian is an IT, intellectual property and commercial lawyer who advises on commercial arrangements and the protection and exploitation of intellectual property. She has extensive experience in technology, digital media and marketing services contracts and particular expertise in IT and business process outsourcing, software development and licensing and issues affecting online businesses.
Simon specialises in online financial services, e-commerce and IT. His clients include e-money, gift card and payment services providers, online peer-to-peer finance platforms, crowd-investment firms and a cloud-based content delivery network.
Jimmy is a commercial lawyer specialising in Internet and technology law, data protection, intellectual property, commercial contracts, and IP/IT in M&A transactions. Jimmy has worked for a range of high-profile clients including BT, Royal Mail, AIG, lastminute.com, Shazam, and Surrey Satellite Technology
Matthew advises entrepreneurs on complex commercial legal issues. Throughout his career, he has advised businesses and financial institutions on corporate and commercial transactions in the UK, Europe, USA, Asia and Australia.
Lyndsay, who retrained as a lawyer following a career as a Commercial Manager within a PLC, has broad-ranging commercial experience.
An experienced intellectual property and information technology solicitor, Maureen works across a wide variety of sectors including healthcare, technology, education, travel, media and entertainment.
Anna is an experienced commercial solicitor specialising in telecoms, internet and IT matters. She has an efficient and proactive approach and provides business-focused solutions. In addition to spending some time in private practice, Anna has held various senior in-house roles including Head of Legal at both Easynet and AboveNet.
Anthony is an established commercial, intellectual property and technology lawyer, specialising in both contract negotiation and litigation. He advises SMEs and institutional clients across sectors that include software and technology, tech start-ups, media, disruptive music businesses, fashion, schools, charities and cultural institutions.
Sarah is a commercial contracts and IP lawyer with a particular specialism in the Technology, Media and Data Protection sector.
Suzy is a technology lawyer specialising in intellectual property, commercial contracts, and dispute resolution.
Jeremy is a highly experienced commercial lawyer recognised by the legal directories as a leading individual specialising in commercial agreements and related competition and regulatory matters. He advises on a range of commercial and trading issues, including agency, distribution, supply, sale purchase, joint venture and franchise agreements as well as all aspects of the commercial exploitation of intellectual property rights, such as licensing and R&D agreements.
Nicholas is a highly experienced commercial lawyer with particular expertise in rights acquisition and exploitation, IT agreements and general commercial contracts such as agency, distribution and supply contracts.
Tracy is an experienced commercial lawyer with extensive experience in the technology and telecoms industries, with a particular emphasis on complex commercial transactions and data protection. Tracy has advised on a broad range of complex and high-value matters across the public and private sectors and has held senior strategic positions in a number of technology companies, and before joining Keystone, she worked for seven years in-house at Motorola Solutions.
Emmanuel is commercial lawyer specialising in technology, intellectual property, data protection & privacy, commercial contracts and IP/IT in M&A transactions. He advises funded small and medium-size businesses, corporates like Apigee (Google), Wm Morrisons plc, Pentaho Corp. (Hitachi Data Systems), WorkForce Software LLC, high-tech start-up ventures, angel investors and VCs.