Information Technology

The Department of Information Technology Law provides comprehensive and solution-oriented legal services in specific fields such as Information Technology, licensing, dispensations, derogations, and management of intellectual property rights with its specialised lawyers.

In this context, our services are ;

  • Following recent developments in Information Technology Law
  • Offering specific legal solutions on information technology
  • Following procedures for licensing, protection of intellectual property rights, recording and registration
  • Conducting legally smooth business processes, providing general legal consultancy services and consultancy services on legal risk analyses, drafting agreements, Information Technology Law, disputes arising from trademarks, copyrights, domain names and distributor relationships
  • Providing consultancy services to internet content providers and hosting providers
  • Providing legal consultancy services to companies selling goods and services on the internet and preparing the legal infrastructure
  • Following and concluding violations arising via internet
  • Providing legal consultancy services for applications on e-trading and e-signatures
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