Digital disruption has become a business norm - not so much “Is change happening?” but rather “How quickly, and across how many areas?” Such fast-paced and often wholesale change can cause as many issues as it’s trying to solve.
You'll want to work with people who can use their comprehensive understanding of your sector and the legal implications of digitalisation to solve the problems your business is facing today. And to help you prepare for the problems and opportunities you'll face tomorrow.
We aren't just digitalisation specialists. We know that digital tools should always be a means to an end – using tech and data to realise your sustainability objectives, or to manage your business' shifting use of real estate, urban space or an increasingly flexible, distributed workforce. Our decarbonisation and urban dynamics experts sit alongside our digitalisation specialists so that we offer the advice you need, in the right commercial context.
Digitalisation involves knowing how to govern and exploit technologies and having a data strategy. Chances for growth are exponential. We work with our clients to leverage these opportunities, helping them exploit transformational trends. Gianluigi Marino - Head of Digitalisation, Italy
Urząd Ochrony Konkurencji i Konsumentów (UOKiK) monitoruje stosowane przez przedsiębiorców nieuczciwe zasady reklamacji i przestrzega w zakresie przyszłego wykorzystania sztucznej inteligencji
Cicha rewolucja – zmiany w zakresie udzielania zabezpieczeń roszczeń w sprawach własności intelektualnej
How we've helped clients
Climate change poses a significant challenge to our planet, our personal lives and our businesses.
Right now there’s probably at least one area of your business facing transformative change driven by technology or digital risk.
We're here to help you negotiate the legal challenges you'll face as our cities change.