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Software and other technology are becoming increasingly complex and important. The rewards from well formulated agreements are significant, while the road from success to failure is short.

We want the agreements we assist with to be easy to understand. Therefore, we focus on writing contracts in clear and understandable language. When all parties understand the "what" and the "how" of a delivery, we achieve optimal deliveries and fewer conflicts.

We always aim to resolve disputes without unnecessary conflict and cost. Usually, it involves a constructive process leading to a settlement. However, if reaching an agreement is impossible, we will take the case to court.

Our lawyers are concerned with both the law and the industry, and we follow developments closely. Our job is to help the companies that develop and use the technology to reap the benefits. We handle the law, so you can concentrate on the finances, delivery and your own needs.

Bull is known for having one of the country's best legal teams within IT and technology. Both the law firm and our lawyers are ranked among the best in technology in The Legal 500, Who'sWho Legal and Chambers and Partners.

We can assist with

  • purchase and sale of software licenses and services
  • software development and customisation
  • agile development projects
  • SaaS (Software as a Service)
  • hosting and management agreements
  • consulting services
  • outsourcing
  • cybersecurity
In Chambers and Partners' 2023 edition clients state e.g.,: They have strong analytical capacity, creativity and flexible problem-solving skills. They are excellent in identifying the core of the problem addressed.
Clients are quoted by The Legal 500 (2023) as follows: They are really good at understanding our needs down to a detailed level. Add to that friendly and service minded and well-connected employees, as well as facilitating the more practical aspects like secure document transfers to/from our partners.

Do you need legal assistance with technology?