Fieldfisher – UK
Fieldfisher is a European law firm with market leading practices in many of the world’s most dynamic sectors. We are an exciting, forward-thinking organisation with a particular focus on technology, finance & financial services and energy & natural resources.
Our growing European network of offices supports an international client base alongside our Silicon Valley and China colleagues. Among our clients we count social media sites and technology companies as well as pharmaceutical, life sciences and medical devices companies, energy suppliers, banks and government departments.
Clients choose to work with us because we deliver commercial, pragmatic and innovative solutions through our exceptional legal expertise and experience, on time and on budget.
Our network has more than 1000 people working across 16 offices providing highly commercial advice based on an in-depth understanding of our clients’ needs.
We operate across our offices in Amsterdam, Barcelona, Beijing, Belfast, Birmingham, Bologna, Brussels, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Guangzhou, Hamburg, London, Luxembourg, Madrid, Manchester, Munich, Milan, Paris, Rome, Shanghai, Turin, Venice and Silicon Valley.
Fieldfisher is acknowledged as having one of the UK’s leading TMT departments, which includes more than 70 lawyers.
We have a very strong group of technology lawyers with substantial and varied experience, for which we are recognised in the Legal 500 and Chambers directories as one of the leading technology practices in the UK. We focus on delivering a commercial, speedy, value-for-money service to all our clients. Our range of clients is very wide – from intergovernmental bodies and government departments through multinationals with operations throughout Europe to growing businesses which are expanding outside their own territories.
We have particular experience in:
- Binding Corporate Rules
- Technology, outsourcing and privacy
- Clean technology
- Mobile payments and e-commerce
- Cloud computing
- Data security law and breach action
- Technology and outsourcing disputes
- Freedom of information
- Satellite technology
- Digital media
- Outsourcing and offshoring
- Privacy & information
- Commercial agreements and contracts
- Advertising and Marketing
- Payment and Cards