DLA Piper

DLA Piper is a global powerhouse law firm with expertise in a variety of areas—ranging from finance to employment to real estate to international trade. Their team of knowledgable attorneys spans 40 countries throughout the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Covering multiple practices and geographic regions, their perspectives are consumed worldwide and this has cemented them as a top firm known around the globe. DLA Piper publishes eight different blogs, each with a specific niche.

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by: Victoria Lee and Andrew Serwin In the latest episode of DLA Piper’s Beyond the Curve podcast, Victoria Lee, co-chair of the firm’s global Technology sector, talks with Andrew Serwin, US chair and global co-chair of DLA Piper’s Cybersecurity and Data Protection, Privacy and Security practices, about the recent Schrems II judgment and its implications for data transfer regulation. Beyond the Curve aims to help businesses and communities adapt to the uncertainties they have faced…
For the first time since the introduction of the Electronic Communications Code 2017 (“Code”), the Court was asked to determine a claim for the renewal of a lease of a telecommunications mast site benefitting from the protection of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (“Act”) – Vodafone Limited v Hanover Capital Limited [2020]. The case follows the Upper Tribunal decision that renewal of a Code agreement entered into before the new Code came into force…
In recent years, we have seen a growing number of our clients adopt agile methodologies (“Agile”) to develop software applications and more broadly as project management solutions. It is increasingly being viewed as the best way of achieving faster and better outcomes that meet actual business needs. In this article we will explore some of the challenges of contracting for Agile in IT projects. So what is Agile? In essence, Agile is the repeated process…
by Paul Hemmersbaugh In August 2020, the Inspector General for the US Department of Transportation announced it has initiated an audit of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s oversight of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. Among other things, such a review could generate recommendations for regulatory system changes to better address potentially transformative new motor vehicle systems and technologies. Increased vehicle automation and self-driving and connected cars hold real promise for transformative improvements in road and…