Private Practice

IP & Technology

IP & Technology

  • Excellent opening for a PSL with experience in IP and Technology to join our exceptional practice
  • Our IPT practice encompasses nearly 500 dedicated lawyers in more than 24 countries
  • You'll work on specific projects/initiatives, producing precedents, know how guidance, and manuals for internal use
  • You'll have at least 4 yrs PQE in a comparable firm, with wide-ranging commercial/transactional experience
  • Experience in outsourcing, data protection or general commercial work is required

DLA Piper UK LLP

DLA Piper is a global law firm that provides its clients with legal and business solutions locally, regionally and internationally across a broad range of disciplines.

https://www.dlapiper.com/en/uk/

Number of Lawyers: 800+

Elsewhere on the web:
Chambers and Partners
Legal 500
Legal Week
Legal Business
The Lawyer

Latest articles from DLA Piper UK LLP
When can a guarantor guarantee an AGA?

The High Court decision in Co-Operative Group Food Ltd v. A&A Shah Properties Ltd 2019 EWHC 941 (Ch) is an interesting decision on the thorny issue

Read more
Low Pay Commission - minimum wage underpayment on the rise

A new report from the Low Pay Commission has found that the underpayment of workers on statutory minimum wage increased in 2018. In the year to April

Read more
Round-up of litigation and ADR procedure news for in-house lawyers (UK construction focus)

Our latest briefing focused on UK construction disputes summarises recent changes to court procedure and news on alternative dispute resolution (ADR)

Read more
Hear industry experts views on what lies ahead for the Industrial and logistics sector

Dentons and Property Week brought together a range of experts to debate the future of the industrial and logistics sector at a roundtable discussion

Read more
Can a company reclassify an unlawful dividend payment?

The Court of Appeal has considered whether interim dividends paid to a shareholder at a time when the company did not have sufficient distributable

Read more
Directors' duty to consider the interest of creditors and transactions at an undervalue

The Court of Appeal has given guidance on when the duty of directors to have regard to the interest of creditors arises. This is an important point

Read more
Directors' remuneration reporting: new rules for certain publicly traded companies

There will be some changes to the rules on directors' remuneration reporting in the Companies Act 2006 to reflect the requirements of the EU

Read more
Scotland's food and drink: preparing for Brexit

Scotland's food and drink sector, like many others, faces continued uncertainty as the Brexit debate rolls on. The extension agreed until 31 October

Read more
Takeover Code: new rules on asset valuations

A new Rule 29 of the Takeover Code concerning asset valuations came into effect on 1 April 2019 following the publication in March by the Code

Read more
Women and Equalities Select Committee Response: Consultation on extending redundancy protection for new parents

The Select Committee has asked the government to implement its proposed extension of redundancy protections as quickly as possible - and to introduce

Read more
UK construction contracts and contract law round-up

Welcome to our spring round-up of new and amended standard form construction contracts and contract law issues. If you would like any further

Read more
Powers of attorney: decision highlights importance of proper execution and scoping

Powers of attorney are often used in a corporate law context, such as at completion meetings where a party is absent and appoints an attorney to

Read more
Contract procedure matters: serve those notices to protect your payment position

Parties to a construction contract who have not been paid have a right to refer their payment claims to adjudication under the Housing Grants

Read more
Use of project bank accounts set to rise on UK projects

The government is under increasing pressure from the construction industry to deal with poor payment practices. One English MP learned from her

Read more
Distribution & Agency in the United Kingdom

A structured guide to distribution & agency in the United Kingdom

Read more
Supreme Court grants Morrisons permission to appeal employee data breach

The Supreme Court has granted Morrisons permission to appeal against the Court of Appeal’s ruling, which found that the supermarket chain was

Read more
Licensing: time is running out to renew many personal licences in Scotland

Are you a personal licence holder in connection with the sale of alcohol in Scotland under the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 (the 2005 Act)? Was your

Read more
The potential pitfalls of dismissing an employee entitled to long-term disability benefits

In the recent case of ICTS (UK) Ltd v. Visram, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that an employer was contractually obliged to provide an

Read more
Unions seeking access

Where a union has support to be recognised by an employer, but the employer is failing to engage with a request for recognition, you might expect an

Read more
Residential first for Neighbourhood Development Orders

Back in 2013, we highlighted the first Neighbourhood Development Order (NDO) - made to permit specified development without further permission - under

Read more
Powered by