IT & Communications

Our team’s considerable IT & Communications expertise extends across computer systems and software to electronics and electrical engineering.

Our IT & Communications group comprises attorneys with a depth of expertise in this industry, from computer systems and software to electronics and electrical engineering.

We have considerable experience of advising on the threshold of patentability in the UK and Europe for computer-implemented inventions.

Some of the technologies we have advised on include:

  • Computer systems and software
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Modelling and simulation in complex environments
  • Mobile telecommunications including network control and management solutions, and mobile communication devices
  • Financial technology (fintech) systems
  • In-car communications systems
  • Graphical user interfaces

Our clients include:

  • IBM Corporation
  • Landmark Graphics Corporation
  • CK Hutchison
  • Worldpay Limited
  • Nuance Communications, Inc.
  • Sprint Communications Company, L.P.

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