NautaDutilh is an international law firm specialising in Luxembourg, Belgian and Dutch law. The firm was founded in 1724 and is one of the largest in the Benelux. More than 400 lawyers, notaries and tax advisors work at the firm’s offices in Luxembourg, Brussels, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, London and New York.
NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg is a key player on the Luxembourg legal market, providing high-quality advice and services in the areas of banking and finance, corporate, capital markets, investment funds, taxation, insurance and reinsurance, litigation and arbitration, intellectual property and ICT and labour law. Recommended by the world’s leading legal directories, the firm’s team of 65 lawyers serves a range of national and international clients, from key local players to global market leaders.
Technology Law & Data Protection team
Our Technology Law & Data Protection team combines in-depth knowledge and understanding of its clients, their technology, and the sectors in which they operate, with a pragmatic approach to resolving legal issues. We offer a full range of legal services in the area of technology law. This includes preparing, negotiating, and handling legal proceedings involving ICT contracts for software development, licensing, maintenance and support through to outsourcing, cloud, apps and e-commerce. In recent years, our team has been involved in many corporate deals involving ICT and telecoms companies as well as in many outsourcing arrangements in the financial and insurance sectors.
We also have extensive experience in advising clients on the widest range of data protection and information security issues. These include issues relating to the financial sector (combined with regulatory advice on banking secrecy and internal organisation requirements), the life sciences sector (e.g. clinical trials), privacy statements, international transfers of data, data protection provisions in contracts (IT, cloud…), the monitoring of employee e-mail and internet use, payroll and personnel administration, the recording of telephone calls, notifications to data protection authorities and (direct) marketing activities.