“Blake Morgan has experience on procurement issues for some of the largest IT and technology projects in Wales. ”
“Blake Morgan were on point from the very start and fully supportive. I'd definitely recommend them, on both a personal and a professional basis.”
We are technology-focused lawyers who help clients achieve their commercial objectives. We advise across the whole range of technology and outsourcing including:
We are particularly well known for our work in the financial services sector, recruitment and resourcing, devolved government and the public sector in Wales, and in supporting growing technology businesses through our work in Tech City in London, and with the software and technology ventures community in Oxford and the South East.
We act for technology-rich businesses in London, the South East, Wales and internationally. Ranging from fast growing start-ups to established players and leading charities to major corporates. We have acted for many of our clients over a number of years as trusted advisers.
Clients come to us and stick with us because we understand their businesses and the technology sector, always seeking to solve issues rather than creating them. Our clients include:
and a number of major banks and financial institutions, utility companies, professional service consultancies, public bodies and educational institutions.
An example of recent help we have given to clients includes:
We also advise on complex transborder and online privacy issues and regularly advise on consumer-related issues – online terms, and advertising compliance. Our lawyers also provide services to technology start-ups working in conjunction with various technology hubs in London, South Wales, Oxford and the South East.
“I've been very happy - they provide good legal advice in a commercial context.”
“Blake Morgan LLP has a premier IT and outsourcing practice.”
Two legal specialists at Blake Morgan have been recognised as global leaders in their field in the 2017 edition of the prestigious worldwide law directory Who’s Who Legal.
Jon Belcher, Senior Solicitor in our Data Protection team and Charlotte Marshall, Trainee Solicitor in our Employment law team, look at the increasing use of wearable technology at work (such as Apple watches, Google Glass and Fitbit)
Natalie Painter discusses the recent case on whether' employers are allowed to read their employees' messages whilst at work. This article was first published for CIPD's People Management online.
Many organisations have global supply arrangements or framework agreements with key subcontractors and suppliers.
In 2013, Cornwall Council (the “Council”) and the local Cornwall NHS trust (together, the “Defendants”) entered into a “strategic partnering” agreement with BT Cornwall (“BTC”).
The General Data Protection Regulation represents the biggest reform of data protection law for decades. It's therefore vital that organisations are fully prepared for the new rules. But where exactly do you begin?
Justin Harrington, a partner at national law firm Blake Morgan specialising in technology, said: "It will be vital for UK businesses to ensure that our security levels are consistent with European cybersecurity measures.
In our earlier article we provided an introduction to blockchain technology and set out examples of some of its possible applications in light of the development of Blockchain 2.0.
This article examines blockchain technology, the reason for its emergence and highlights some of its possible applications. In a later article we will explore the legal issues associated with the use of blockchain technology.