We deliver innovative and bespoke contracts, from simple licences, off the shelf agreements, ecommerce terms and conditions to complex deals concerning IT outsourcing and development.  

We are frequently complimented about our ability to provide informed and commercial results efficiently and cost-effectively.

Our lawyers deal with complex outsourcing projects for clients, including technology outsourcing and general services or business process outsourcing.

All clients must deal daily with data privacy, whether at employee level or customer level.  We have the experience and legal knowledge to deal with data breaches, privacy policies and data access.

Our litigation team deals with IT, ecommerce and outsourcing disputes, both before any formal dispute arises and after proceedings have issued.

We have strong experience of mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution, as well as dealing with cross-jurisdiction issues for clients.

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Experience

  • Technology contracts, including ASP, SaaS, distributor, reseller, licences and white label contracts
  • Joint ventures and strategic alliances
  • Technology transfer and competition law
  • Technology and ecommerce disputes, mediation and litigation
  • Website terms and conditions and online contracts
  • Electronic payments, SEPA and eMoney
  • Consumer protection
  • IT outsourcing
  • Outsourcing contracts
  • Social media
  • Data privacy compliance
  • Data retention
  • Privacy, social media and internet policies
  • Privacy and confidentiality
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Promotions and competitions
  • Sponsorship
  • Freedom of information
Head of Practice
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Peter Bolger

Partner
Technology

pbolger@lkshields.ie
+353 1 638 5877


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Awards &
Recommendations

Recommended for Information Technology. Peter Bolger and Jeanne Kelly are listed as 'Leading Individuals.

Legal 500 2020
Awards &
Recommendations

Recommended for Information Technology.

Chambers Europe 2016
Awards &
Recommendations

LK Shields Solicitors described as a ‘top-class firm’.

Legal 500 2016
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Peter Bolger

Partner

pbolger@lkshields.ie
+353 1 638 5877

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Jeanne Kelly

Partner

jkelly@lkshields.ie
+353 1 637 1530

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Emmet Scully

Partner

escully@lkshields.ie
+353 1 637 1538

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Ciarán Markey

Partner

cmarkey@lkshields.ie
+ 353 1 637 1540

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Robert Haniver

Associate Solicitor

rhaniver@lkshields.ie
+353 1 6385841

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Jane O’Grady

Associate Solicitor

jogrady@lkshields.ie
+353 1 637 1554

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