Technology, privacy and data protection

Service Experience People

A team who understands the complex intersection between technology, data and the law to deliver practical and transformative solutions

Our technology, privacy and data protection experts offer joint legal and technical qualifications and work with and are a part of the Australian ICT industry. We work with start-ups through to global technology brands to ensure transformational projects succeed and regulatory and compliance requirements are met.

Experience

  • Informational privacy compliance and data protection
  • Software development
  • Technology and telecommunications contracts
  • Delivery of technology and telecommunications projects
  • Technology outsourcing and offshoring
  • Technology transactional advice
  • Big data, e-commerce and digital marketing 

Recognition

HopgoodGanim was proudly ranked as a Leading Technology Media & Telecommunications Law Firm, Doyle's Guide 2018 (Queensland).

Exceptional outcomes

Advised Cryptsoft on a multi-faceted technology transaction which involved a global inbound OEM software and intellectual property licence to one of the world’s top ten banks.
Algomi Limited / Advising Algomi Limited on the privacy compliance issues arising out of its bond trading analytics platforms, Synchronicity® and Honeycomb® and the cross-jurisdictional issues in respect of UK data protection laws.  
Michael Hill  / Advising Michael Hill International Limited on its transformative e-commerce projects across Australia, the US and Canada, and New Zealand. This has seen us act in relation to the procurement and implementation of critical cloud-based infrastructure (“IaaS”) across multiple jurisdictions to support the deployment of its cutting edge e-commerce platforms and managing the privacy, data sovereignty, data control and data security implications of such arrangements.
Unitywater / We advised Unitywater on the full ICT lifecycle of a managed services contract with NEC. Our advice included a strategy to transition-out managed ICT services from its existing provider together with a plan for procuring such services from a new panel of potential vendors.
Western Australia Local Government / On behalf of our client, a large West Australian local government body, we negotiated the terms for an IT procurement agreement with an international vendor for an on-premises payroll software and services solution. This included service and support, implementation services, third-party software and intellectual property rights, risk management, warranties and indemnities, and transition-out services.

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