time.lex is a leading niche law firm specialised in (1) IT & Software, (2) Data, Privacy & Information Security, (3) Intellectual Property, and (4) Media & Entertainment
time.lex is ranked as a top-tier and leading firm in the international law firm rankings Legal 500 and Chambers:
“This TMT boutique is highly praised for its IT and data protection expertise, and comes recommended as a competitive alternative to the full-service firms.” “Sources say: ‘High marks for expertise and prompt, well-executed work.’ ‘In data protection, I doubt that there are other firms more aware of the key compliance and regulatory issues than this firm.’”
“IP boutique time.lex is ‘worth every cent’.”
Many of our lawyers earned their stripes in big international law firms or have extensive experience as legal counsel in large companies.
Some examples of services
- IT & Software: We draft contracts and licenses regarding IT/tech projects, software, and e-business, and have a lot of expertise in legal disputes about failed IT and software projects.
- Data, Privacy & Information Security: We assist companies in becoming compliant with data protection and information security legislation (policies, data transfers, e-health, big data, cloud, e-archiving, e-gov, employee monitoring, etc.). We help companies becoming GDPR-ready and provide GDPR managed services, such as continuous compliance management, privacy trainings, acting as their Data Protection Officer, assisting with data breach notifications, responding to inquiries from data protection authorities, etc.
- Intellectual Property (IP) and Unfair Competition: We advise companies on how to protect their copyright, trademarks, patents, design rights, database rights, domain names and know-how, and draft contracts and licenses. We also have extensive expertise in court litigation about intellectual property rights and related unfair competition.
- Media & Entertainment Law: We advise companies in the media and entertainment sector (broadcasting companies, tv production houses, tech companies, gambling companies, etc.) on compliance with media, IP and (online) gambling law.