Technology

Our specialist information technology lawyers can help your IT business manage risk and make better commercial decisions. That’s because we understand your sector - and the factors that drive it - just as well as we understand the law.

We know that in the IT industry nothing matters more than time. Whether you’re looking to bring a new product or service to market or negotiating a supply deal, you need lawyers who can grasp the issues quickly, make a call early and still get it right.

We also know that’s only possible when your lawyers have both broad legal experience and specialist industry knowledge. They should also be prepared to take a commercial approach to your business risks and legal issues - one that’s based on solving problems with a minimum of pain - rather than one that’s based on theory or strictly enforcing your rights every time.

At Bartier Perry, we’ve already advised clients who’ve been at the leading edge of innovation, helping them succeed through new business models and new delivery systems.

 

We can: 

  • Show you how to commercialise your intellectual property rights so that they become a new profit centre.

  • Advise you on protecting your intellectual property rights so that you alone benefit from your hard work and creativity.

  • Negotiate better deals for your organisation so that you maximise your position while maintaining good working relationships with your partners.

  • Help you secure funding for new product and service development so that you can get your project up and running as soon as possible.

  • Draft supply, licensing, outsourcing and managed services and cloud agreements that protect your interests and give you certainty.

  • Help you negotiate contracts with key staff that keep them motivated and incentivised to reach your commercial goals.

  • Help you solve any commercial disputes through alternative dispute resolution techniques that minimise cost and let you get on with business.

  • Represent you in the Supreme Court, Federal Court and other courts and tribunals so that you have the best chance of success.

  • Advise you on your obligations under the Privacy Act and other laws that regulate how you handle information.