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We are corporate and commercial lawyers with 30+ years of combined experience working at the intersection of law and information technology

Technology & telecommunications lawyers who understand your business, your industry and the legal issues that matter most to you.

Some of our Satisfied Clients

Startups, SMEs, Public Listed Entities, Multinational Corporations and Government
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We’re A True Partner

Arnotts Technology Lawyers is a boutique law firm based in the Sydney CBD. We act for clients, big and small, all over Australia in the tech and telco space. We also act for a range of international clients who carry on business in Australia.

The principal of the firm is Alan Arnott. Alan is an experienced lawyer who specialises in technology law. He has degrees in law and computer science and works collaboratively with clients involved in the exploitation of technology and telecommunications products and services.

We act for many suppliers and procurers of a wide range of technology, including providers of cloud technology. Our clients in the cloud space include platform service providers that sell services on a software-as-a-service basis, managed service providers who provide virtual services including virtual hardware, data centre operators who co-locate equipment, software developers who have smartphone apps that are integrated with cloud-based components, and a range of clients who are consumers of cloud technology. We regularly act for clients in a broad range of corporate and commercial legal matters from contract drafting to deal negotiation, litigation and dispute resolution and strategic commercial legal advisory.

We Boost Our Clients

We Boost Our Clients’ Bottom Line by Augmenting Their Legal Position.

We can assist you with all areas of corporate and commercial law. If you are considering engaging our firm, please contact us for a free no-obligation discussion about our services and fees.

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