IT, Telecommunications and Outsourcing

With over 20 years’ experience, we help our clients to predict and find solutions for the legal and commercial matters that arise in IT, telecoms and outsourcing – businesses that often encompass organizations and authorities in several countries.

Assignments include system supply and outsourcing projects for companies in banking and insurance, energy, transport, retail and the public sector. Our consultancy encompasses as beolw.


We provide assistance in areas such as:

  • system procurement
  • e-commerce projects
  • software licensing
  • cloud-related services
  • online services
  • privacy issues

Ongoing consultation includes areas such as contracts regarding development, licensing, services, product deliveries, distribution, consulting services and procurement of production equipment, as well as information and personal data management.


We provide assistance in areas such as:

  • international joint ventures
  • procurement of telecom systems
  • operator licences
  • frequency and number allocation
  • co-ordinated traffic negotiations
  • issues relating to network neutrality and next generation networks
  • other forms of regulatory issues

We also regularly review agreements and advise on co‑operations in traditional and IP‑based telecom services, broadband services, and satellite and cable TV.


We assist in planning, procurement and other areas, and in examining, drafting and negotiating all types of contracts.

Our collective expertise

Vinge’s expertise in IT, telecommunications and outsourcing is ranked at the top internationally by clients.

Clients describe a "world-class service," with one commenting: "They are very quick and the work we receive is detailed and high quality. They're also easy to talk to even if you're not a lawyer." (Chambers and Partners 2019)

Advokatfirman Vinge fields an 'experienced and highly skilled team with a strong focus on delivering value' (Legal 500, 2019)

Where required, we team up with the firm’s specialists in other areas such as business transfers, litigation, labour law and regulation in the financial sector.