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Technology Disputes

Lewis Silkin works with some of the most dynamic and innovative technology companies in the world.

We have a specialist technology sector group and a wealth of experience in technology disputes (and pre-empting them where possible). We provide down-to-earth, commercial and cost-effective advice to resolve disputes by litigation, arbitration, negotiation or other forms of alternative dispute resolution.

Our clients range from entrepreneurs, start-up companies and their financiers and investors, to large multi-nationals and internationally-known technology companies. The disputes we handle cover all areas of expertise in our technology sector group.

 

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