FinTech

The ever growing use of technology by financial institutions has produced a wave of new businesses entering, and seeking to disrupt, the financial market. These business known as “FinTechs” have ingeniously coupled traditional financial services with the world of technology with an aim of providing financial services which are more efficient, transparent, robust and cost effective.

Our technology & innovation team brings together experts from across the firm and we support inTech businesses with all their legal requirements. From employing the right people, to managing property portfolios, advising on commercial arrangements, to supporting businesses as they grow through acquisition.

We commonly assist FinTech businesses on:

  • Brand protection
  • Contractual disputes
  • Commercial transactions
  • Employment
  • Equity funding, including venture capital investments, private equity, and seed funding
  • Introducer arrangements
  • Licensing
  • Management buy outs
  • Software development agreements
  • Standard terms and conditions of business

latest news

No contract - no payment! Risk proceeding without a contract at your peril

The High Court has clarified the position regarding quantum meruit claims in the recent case of Moorgate Capital v H.I.G. European Capital Partners LLP [2019] EWHC 1421 (Comm). In the absence of a contract there is no automatic right to payment for services, even for requested services. A party will not automatically be granted payment on a quantum meruit basis (i.e. a reasonable sum) for the work carried out, and is unlikely to succeed in such a case if it is found to have taken the risk of not being paid in pursuit of its own advantage.

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Should designers buck up their ideas?

There are many cases where infringement of intellectual property is done with no intent or malice.  In particular people in the creative fields can fall foul of someone else’s copyright where the wrong is not deliberate plagiarism but has come about because of human frailties, subliminal collection of information an unconscious cues.

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Business Support & Insolvency team round up on the latest in the world of insolvency

In an effort to think about something other than Brexit, the Business Support & Insolvency team at Boyes Turner have put together a snap-shot of some of the significant updates which have happened in the world of insolvency (as well as in the team) in the last quarter.

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future events

Tech Breakfast Series: Space as a service?

26/06/2019 - With the explosion or expansion of existing and new operators entering the co-working and serviced office market, what type of occupancy is the right approach?

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Construction Seminar: An update on major tax changes in the construction industry

02/07/2019 - For our next breakfast seminar we are delighted to welcome Mark Seaden and Kamal Kataria of BDO LLP to speak on forthcoming tax changes...

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Employment & HR Training: Accredited Adult Mental Health First Aid Champion Training Course

04/07/2019 - Our HR Training Academy is offering a one-day Adult Accredited Mental Health First Aid Champion course...

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