Lawyers specialising in technology, outsourcing & commercial contracts

Founded in 2004, we support in-house lawyers, commercial teams and business owners/managers in domestic and international organisations across the private and public sectors.

We operate a competitive pricing structure which reduces the cost customarily associated with instructing large law firms and can provide flexible charging arrangements including fixed and capped fees.

Our aim is to be different. We aspire to provide the best possible, practical and commercial legal advice without the traditional overheads or complexities – law simplified. 


What we do

  • technology contracts
  • outsourcing contracts
  • commercial contracts

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business clients
public sector


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The latest on all reasonable endeavours

Brooke Homes v Portfolio Property Partners (High Court) [2021]

Jan 2022 

‘Endeavours’ commitments of different varieties in contracts are commonplace but they are often recipes for uncertainty and disagreement. The courts have, as a result, had several attempts at trying to spell out what sort of commitment they represent and this case was the latest example.  ...more

Damages for inappropriate harvesting of personal data

Lloyd v Google (Supreme Court) [2021]

Jan 2022

Data controllers and their data processors spend many hours discussing the allocation of risks arising from GDPR breaches. Partly, this is because of the huge potential financial risks involved both from fines and large damages claims, particularly where large numbers of data subjects are affected. This case perhaps offers some re-assurance that the courts are willing to limit applicable damages in appropriate cases and suggests that representative class actions involving many thousands of claimants will not be quite as attractive as some may have thought / feared....more

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