36 Tech Barristers can provide legal advice and representation on all matters of law, regulation and contracts related to the commercial use and application of drones and drone technologies.
We serve corporates and individuals in relation to the commercialisation of their good name, products and services, the protection of their technology, brand and intellectual property and the rights and responsibilities in relation to personal data.
We deal with business and individuals directly or via their legal advisors.
Our barristers have established experience and understanding of the legal and commercial aspects of aviation, unmanned aviation and artificial intelligence, acquired over several years.Read more
Advice on rights and obligations in law or contract, under legislation and regulation.
Air Space law and aviation regulation Operations issues Outsourcing and service contracts Agency, franchising and licensing Compliance with standards and company law Digital rights and data protection Information Technology rights Intellectual property protection
Analysis of legal situations past, present and future.
Use/misuse of drones, computers and databases Commercial strategy and networks Disputes and liability in contract or tort. Regulatory compliance
Breach of privacy and data protection
Representation before the courts, and liaison and representation before licensing, enforcement or regulatory bodies, and with public bodies generally:
Consumer and Trading standards Licensing and other CAA approvals Criminal and regulatory proceedings Debt recovery and contractual disputes. Nuisance and trespass and other torts. Drafting and review of all types of documentation having a legal significance: Web pages and marketing material Formal correspondence Company documentation and Contracts Formal statements and pleadings.
Legal Information: 36 Tech Barristers / 36 Group Chambers is not a firm or a partnership but a collection of self-employed barristers in independent practice at the Bar and registered with the Bar Standards Board of England and Wales. Advice may only be given to a particular person on a specific matter or case as instructed by a solicitor, a qualified foreign lawyer or person approved for Licensed Access or, if permitted, directly by a lay client through the direct access scheme.