ICT law captures legal issues arising in the digital, technology and communications sectors. It is a broad area of law that has in part stemmed from the explosion of cyberspace and society’s dependence on cyberspace for how individuals and business interact and communicate.
ICT law can be complex and closely intersects with intellectual property, competition law and governmental regulation. With the advent of 5G technology, society faces challenges arising from the emergence of standard essential patents and their licensing, the management of individual privacy, and the security of national telecommunication networks.
Our members have experience acting for companies and entrepreneurs operating in the computer and digital communications fields. Members have also worked on leading cases in these fields, including in relation to cryptocurrencies.