SEQ Legal is a specialist legal consultancy based in Oxfordshire, supplying services to clients and customers in the UK, throughout Europe and beyond.
SEQ Legal services
We provide a range of services to businesses small and large. Our services include:
If you would like to discuss how we might be able to help you, please get in touch.
Customers and clients
Our clients and customers include law firms, start-ups, SMEs, public authorities and multinationals. Since SEQ Legal was established in mid-2007, we have provided consultancy services to hundreds of different clients. In the same period, we have supplied legal templates to well over 10,000 customers, and our free legal website notices appear on in excess of 100,000 websites.
You can find out what some of them think about our services on the testimonials page.
We have particular expertise in internet and IT law, intellectual property law, publishing law and commercial law generally. We work with a network of law firms specialising in similar and complementary areas.
SEQ Legal was established in 2007 by Alasdair Taylor. During his career, Alasdair has advised and prepared legal documents for a wide range of clients, ranging from international financial institutions to internet start-ups.
Before setting up SEQ Legal, Alasdair spent 2 years working as a solicitor in the Technology and Media Department of Manches LLP in Oxford. Before that, he spent 5 years working at Mayer Brown LLP a major international law firm (mostly in the firm's Intellectual Property and IT Group).
See his LinkedIn profile for details.
Alasdair holds degrees from the University of Essex and the Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen (LLB English and European Laws), the University of London (BA Philosophy) and the University of Nottingham (MA International Relations), and is currently studying part-time at Oxford Brookes University (BSc Computer Science). He also hold post-graduate legal qualifications from Nottingham Law School (Legal Practice Course) and the University of Bristol (Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice).
His legal writings have been widely published, including in Mondaq, Copyright World, Entertainment Law Review, Learned Publishing, In Business Magazine and Media World. Until recently, he taught a digital publishing law course at the Publishing Training Centre in London.
For reasons that seemed good at the time, we created a network of legal websites serving particular niches. However, those reasons no longer seem very good! During the course of 2012, we plan to move all of the content from the existing network of sites - articles, blog posts, legal templates, tools and so on - to this new site.
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