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Internet, Privacy & Technology Law

Every day, new technology emerges that aims to disrupt the status quo. We are more connected and networked than ever before, and our lives are as much digital as they are physical. While lawmakers struggle to keep up, technologists need to navigate an ever-changing set of laws and regulations. Whether you’re an online business, digital agency, tech startup, eCommerce store, data protection or cyber security firm, having a good internet, privacy and technology lawyer on board is a no brainer.

At Lexoo, we’ve curated a panel of lawyers who specialise in internet law, privacy law and technology law. Whether you need a full service firm; an independent lawyer or ‘virtual’ firm with lower overheads and reduced fees - we’ve got you covered. We’ll find you specialists in any type of internet, privacy and technology law matter such as online terms and conditions, privacy & data protection issues, eCommerce regulations, IT contracts and software licences.

Simply tell us your requirements and you’ll get multiple, fixed-fee quotes within 24 hours from a selection of internet, privacy and technology lawyers, handpicked to suit your needs. The service is 100% free - give us a try.

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Internet Law

Thanks to the internet, it has never been easier, faster or cheaper to start an online business, build a community or talk to your stakeholders. Whether you’re an established business or a technology startup, government body or non profit, your online footprint is governed by several sets of laws and regulations.

We’ve helped hundreds of businesses and organisations find specialist internet lawyers to assist with their online terms and conditions, privacy and cookie policies, as well as with issues such as domain transfers, cybersquatting, user generated content (UGC), eCommerce and distance selling regulations.

Privacy and Data Protection

If your website, SaaS product, mobile app, gaming console (any internet-enabled device really) has a login, signs up users or takes payments, chances are you’re dealing with personal information. And with that comes privacy and data protection issues. You might read about headlining data breaches in the news, but in reality, privacy and data protection affects businesses and organisations of all sizes and varieties.

If you want to know more about your privacy and data protection obligations, in particular how to comply with the Data Protection Act, send us your requirements and we’ll get you multiple quotes from specialist privacy and data protection lawyers within 24hrs.

Technology Law

Technology companies, for the first time in history, are the biggest companies in the world. If you work in tech, you’re on the right path. To help you stay on track, your legal obligations need to be on solid ground.

Whether you need help with IT contracts, software licences or service level agreements; through to website design agreements and outsourcing contracts, we’ve got you covered.

Why you'll love Lexoo

Need an Internet, Privacy & Technology Lawyer?

At Lexoo, we’ve curated panel of lawyers who specialise in internet, privacy and technology law. Whether you need a full service firm; an independent lawyer or ‘virtual’ firm with lower overheads and reduced fees - we’ve got you covered.

Simply tell us your requirements and you’ll get multiple, fixed-fee quotes within 24 hours from a selection of internet, privacy and technology lawyers, handpicked to suit your needs. The service is 100% free - give us a try.

Meet a Lexoo Internet, Privacy & Technology Lawyer, Marcus

Marcus andreen

Marcus is a Commercial lawyer with more than 20 years’ in-house and private practice experience in providing support and advice to businesses in the IT, telecoms, e-commerce and communications sectors. Since 2005 seven of his clients have been listed in the TechTrack 100. He set up his own practice in 2004, offering SMEs and entrepreneurs a cost-effective, outsourced, in-house counsel-type service. Between 2000 and 2003, he worked as General Counsel and Company Secretary for Eyretel plc, a UK-listed supplier of digital recording solutions (now part of Verint Systems). Prior to that he was Commercial and Legal Director for Mobile Systems International Limited (MSI) and as Legal & Commercial Manager for Synon. He trained at Ashurst then worked as a corporate/commercial solicitor in the City before joining Synon.

"Marcus has been a great help in ensuring that our legal work is completed in a timely, efficient and commercial manner.” - Home Alarm Tech Manufacturer

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