We have created a team of world class technology and telecommunication lawyers so that global leaders and market disruptors, their investors, customers and insurers seek out our deep technology and communications law expertise and experience.
With offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Newcastle, as well as across the UK and Ireland, Germany, France, Dubai and Brussels, and a network of specialists in other jurisdictions, we provide the insight you need to scale and develop your business. We work right across the sector, advising global platforms, hardware and software innovators, aggregators, retailers and delivery specialists.
We advise some of the largest telecoms and communications providers in the world on infrastructure, commercial licensing and dispute management.
We have specialists in FinTech and crypto currencies, and work right across our other key sectors to provide specialist advice to those companies making significant technology investments.
We also provide data security and privacy and integrated crisis response services, meeting market needs in a way unmatched by other law firms.
We win many awards for innovation, often utilising the power of new technology ourselves. We use this technology to take away the day to day administration of co-ordinating and managing major projects with you. We also right size our specialist teams and insist on delivering the highest value to you.
The federal government has passed legislation governing the collection, use and disclosure of COVIDSafe app data as the government increases its efforts to get Australians to sign up and help track the spread of COVID-19.
New laws have been implemented at the Federal and State levels to facilitate the electronic signing and remote witnessing of documents in order to address the practical difficulties brought on by COVID-19.
Global legal business DWF is pleased to announce that 18 of its Australian lawyers have been short-listed for 2021 Best Lawyers which recognises legal practitioners around the world for leadership in their specific area of practice.
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