Technology is a young, dynamic and ever-changing field of law. Technology drives the future. We are constantly working on becoming part of this future.
Men in today’s world are involved up to their neck in technology. Technology is all around us. Just think about smart phones, sophisticated algorithms, robots, or artificial intelligence. From a legal point of view, we need to be very vigilant as technology is evolving faster than law, so there are often no black-and-white answers. We need to be flexible and creative in finding the tailor-made solutions for complex legal issues.
Due to the extreme technological advancements, companies are now capable to outsource a countless number of tasks and functions around the globe. Working out an outsourcing scheme requires careful planning process and review of complex contractual structures. Creating contractual structures in heavily regulated industries (such as financial or energy industry) presents a particular challenge, as additional sector-based requirements must be met, both by the legislator and the regulatory bodies.
Decades of experience
The presence of this young industry is measured in decades, not centuries. We are in the fortunate position to help our clients in technology issues from the emergence of this industry.
We dove into the midst of the technological revolution
We have been representing one of the Big Four tech company for years. We are therefore tech-savvy and up-to-date in terms of both, the technical knowledge and the applicable laws of the tech industry.
Complex legal advisory work
In connection with a development of new technology or new technological products we regularly examine legal issues which are constantly present in the digital market including data protection, consumer protection, competition law, media regulation, advertising law and commercial law.
VJT & Partners’ ‘friendly’ team ‘strives for perfection’; it ‘speaks the language of the client’ and is praised for its ability to provide ‘creative and tailor-made solutions’
János Tamás Varga is singled out for his understanding of ‘high-level strategic considerations and attention to detail’ and the ‘commercially-minded and efficient’ Endre Várady is recommended for data protection matters.