Legal ICT

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Legal Advice

Internet law and ICT and law are new branches of law that are developing rapidly. Legal services in these areas require in-depth knowledge of both the law and technology since Internet technology is developing at lightning speed – from e-mail to Twitter and HTML pages to interactive apps on cell phones.

The specialized advisors at Legal ICT have many years of experience of Internet technology and its legal aspects. From a complex ICT contract to privacy on the Internet or Web 2.0 sites, Legal ICT will be pleased to provide you the guidance you need.

Contact us if you haven’t found an answer to your legal question on our website. You are welcome to contact us at any time for all your legal issues concerning ICT and the Internet. See also our our rates and references.

We give advice about the following subjects:

  • Healthcare

    Legal ICT can advise on all the legal aspects involved in providing ICT services to healthcare institutions.

  • Broadband and state aid

    At Legal ICT, we are experienced and specialised in helping local governments through the process of state aid approval regarding broadband.

  • Cloud & Software as a Service (SaaS)

    Cloud computing, Software as a Service (SaaS), Software on Demand, or Application Service Provider (ASP) services. While it is not yet clear what this model will actually be called, everyone certainly agrees that it has become part of everyday life.

  • Telecommunications and IT

    New services, new business opportunities and new legal risks characterize the telecommunications sector. ICTRecht is specialized in complex technological and legal issues.

  • Software

    With software being a multi-facetted phenomenon, the legal protection of software is a complex matter. Software usually is copyright-protected. Patented software is another option but is subject to stringent requirements.

  • Security

    It is crucial to ensure the protection of computer systems, especially if they are connected to the Internet.

  • Patents

    In the knowledge economy it is vital to protect knowledge. Unique knowledge and know-how essentially give the knowledge entrepreneur or business the edge over the competition.

  • Open source software

    While open source software offers attractive opportunities, it does pose risks to users.

  • Online advertising

    Electronic advertising, direct marketing and commercial communication of a more general nature are on the rise.

  • Information technology, the law and the government

    The Dutch government is rapidly expanding its services on the Internet by, for instance, enabling incidents to be reported to the police online, the submission of digital license applications to water boards and setting up electronic service desks at municipalities.