Technology continues to evolve at breakneck speed, driving change across business and society.
With the age of GenAI now well and truly upon us, the regulatory environment is becoming increasingly complex. The balance between maximising opportunity and minimising risk has never been more critical.
At Blackadders, we deliver commercial, sector-driven advice and solutions to tech innovators and disrupters nationwide, including those operating in software development, mobile apps, AI, IoT and fintech. We are also investing heavily in our own legal technology as we continuously strive to enhance client experience and service delivery.
Top tech companies and entrepreneurs trust us with their biggest projects. Recent experience includes advising leading digital product engineers, Waracle, on a range of commercial contracts and data privacy matters; acting in the cross-border sale of mobile engagement platform developers, Kumulos, to tech giants Optimove; and acting in a £6m Series A funding round for high growth insurtech company, Broker Insights.
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