The rise of information technology in the 21st century has been compared to the industrial revolution in the 20th century, and not without reason. In India alone, the IT sector has increased its contribution to India’s GDP from 1.2% in 1998 to 7.7% in 2017. The industry has seen revenues go up to as high as US $180 billion in 2019. Numerous Indian metropolises have seen their economies and populations balloon as millions of people continue to seek careers in IT.

The IT sector has grown from a small but burgeoning industry focused on niche technological innovations in the 1990s, to an industry that has made inroads into nearly every single sector of business and commerce, as well as private life. With more recent innovations like the Internet of Things (IoT), we are developing a new perspective on our relationship with the technologies we use on a daily basis. It’s also given rise to legal concerns regarding ownership of technology, and data privacy.

As a

technology law firm

, Aarna Law is looking to the future of information technology, including the Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain and legal aspects of artificial intelligence. In preparation for this burgeoning tech wave, we have been working closely with industry bodies, the government, and private entities in creating IoT policies. We’re at the forefront of policy and implementation of IoT guidelines in India. In addition, we frequently advise and assist technology companies in up and coming ventures.

Our technology lawyers consult and advise clients on a range of technology-related matters:

  • Represented and advised large scale Corporations on E-Commerce, Data Protection, and Cybersecurity Issues
  • Technical and detailed advice on Information Technology Act, legal requirements to procure and utilise digital signature, and Internet of Things.
  • Negotiation, drafting and vetting of Technology Transfer Agreements, Technology License Agreements and other Licensing Agreements.
  • Advised on Data Privacy issues, best practices to ensure Data Privacy and protection of personal data and sensitive personal data of Data Principles and strategies to ensure liability minimisation of Data Fiduciaries