4 Pump Court has long been recognised both domestically and internationally as the pre-eminent set for the full breadth of technology and telecommunications disputes.

Our Technology practice is uniquely positioned to deal with the commercial, technical and intellectual-property aspects of disputes that arise in the complex and rapidly changing technological environments of today.

Members of our Technology team are regularly instructed in relation to both international and domestic disputes arising out of project failures and delays, defective hardware and software, IP licences and other contractual matters. We advise in relation to on-going technology projects as well as those that have been terminated, and have expertise in e-disclosure systems and processes.

We are well placed to assist providers, users, regulators and insurers with the significant issues and risks arising from major projects and developments such as:

  • Analytics
  • Artificial intelligence (AI)
  • Big data
  • Blockchain
  • Cloud computing
  • Cryptocurrencies
  • Cyber security
  • Internet of things (IoT)
  • Smart contracting

Our Technology supports a wide range of clients, including suppliers and purchasers of IT systems, global telecoms providers, users, regulators, insurers and equipment manufacturers and their customers in the private and public sectors. We regularly act for governments, global IT consultancies, rights holders, multi-national corporations, software houses of all sizes and start-ups, as well as fire brigades, police authorities, health services.

With new and emerging technologies becoming increasingly integral to commercial disputes, the need for dynamic, responsive counsel is greater than ever. Our Technology barristers provide unparalleled advocacy and advice on intersecting commercial areas, including banking and finance, construction, energy and shipping.

For help and advice please contact our Senior Clerk:

Stewart Gibbs
T: +44 (0)20 7842 1173
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