Technology Solicitors

For over 25 years our Technology law specialists have enabled innovative local businesses and fledgling start-ups to evolve into highly profitable organisations.

As a growing technology company, your opportunities are boundless and your challenges are unique.

In an industry that is continually changing at a rapid pace, our technology solicitors understand the importance of making concrete decisions as quickly as possible. Rock solid advice from a highly reputable legal team who also have a detailed understanding of the industry has never been more critical to success.

Our experience working closely with entrepreneurs, academics, online retailers and key stakeholders, from start up to exit, has afforded us tremendous insight into the practical implications of technology law. This makes us more than your technical legal experts; we are also trusted advisers who provide informed commercial advice in line with your strategic objectives and day to day operations.

Whether you are looking to secure investment, scale your business, shape your IPO or exit, meet outsourcing challenges or protect the Intellectual Property (IP) of your products and services, Slater Heelis can help to realise the potential of your venture at every stage of development.

We pride ourselves on excellent client service and the ability to form trusting client relationships that evolve alongside your own business development. This approach has allowed us to build a strong reputation for the support we provide individuals and entrepreneurs who are just starting their businesses.

Commitment to technological innovation

We are also extremely proud to have recently been named a Gold Partner of Sci-Tech Daresbury, a partnership which seeks to maintain a thriving commercial pulse among North West England’s rapidly growing technology sector.

Based in Warrington, Sci-Tech Daresbury is one of only two National Science and Innovation campuses in the UK. As a Gold Partner, Slater Heelis now offer strategic support for ambitious companies who are looking to understand the legal challenges they can expect to face at each stage of business development.

This includes corporate structures, incorporation, mergers, acquisitions, IPOs and capital markets, development capital, dispute resolution and estate planning.