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Information Technology

Russell Kennedy works with information technology creators, resellers and users to identify the legal issues associated with technology that may impact our clients’ decision making. 

We provide commercially focused legal solutions to a range of commercial organisations, government agencies, universities, research institutes and growth enterprises, ranging from large publicly listed companies to start-ups. Our team comprises recognised leaders in their fields who offer years of experience in procurement and have a keen interest in the evolving nature of technology.

We support our clients across all aspects of technology law including information technology, data management, intellectual property, e-commerce, privacy and telecommunications, as it relates to hardware, software and associated goods and services.

The Russell Kennedy Information Technology team regularly advocates on our clients’ behalf when negotiating procurement contracts worth millions of dollars. We advise and represent the Victorian Government in sophisticated ICT projects ranging from the purchase of technology solutions developed specifically for the Government to negotiating agreements with cloud services providers.

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