Our data centre group offers market leading expertise across a range of specialist services tailored to developers, operators and end-users and their specific needs
The market for data centre services is changing. New virtualisation technologies and higher bandwidth connections are making it possible to meet end-users’ requirements for scalability, capacity and efficiency in new ways and using new contractual models.
We provide strategic, commercial and effective legal solutions to our clients’ technology, energy and property issues. In difficult market conditions we understand the opportunities, pitfalls and hurdles, and how they impact our clients.
Our cross-practice team provides our clients with a complete range of key services and expertise and has advised on a number of market leading data centre deals.
Our latest alerts, briefings & reports
Nabarro briefings and reports
Is "Safe Harbor" no longer safe? EU to review regime for personal data transfers to the US
In a dramatic announcement on 19 July, EU Commissioner Viviane Reding stated that the European Commission will be reviewing its Safe Harbor Agreement with the US. This review will be keenly awaited by many companies and other organisations who presently rely on the Safe Harbor Agreement to lawfully transfer personal data between the EU and the US. View full briefing
OHIM's box-ticking approach to class heading filings fails to tick all the right boxes
Community Trade Mark (CTM) applicants beware. OHIM (the CTM office) has again (15 October 2012) changed its practice on filings for "class headings". View full briefing
Externally published articles
2e2 - beware the backlash
DataCentreManagement.com (July/August 2013 edition). Article contributed by Belinda Doshi. View full briefing
DataCentreManagement.com (March/April 2013 edition). Article contributed by Penny Moore. View full briefing
A lot of hot air?
DataCentreManagement.com (November/December 2011 edition). Article contributed by John Staheli. View full briefing