Kinstellar provides legal advice in the field of security to European GNSS Agency (GSA)
June 2018 – Kinstellar has succeeded in a consortium with BHO Legal, a boutique firm focusing on satellite and aviation projects, in an international competitive tendering for legal services to the GSA in the area of security. The focus of Kinstellar will be to provide legal advice and support for procurement, contract management related to security, as well as on regulatory and liability aspects related to security of the Galileo and EGNOS programmes. The tasks will also concern intellectual property rights protection and management, and matters related to transfers of technology.
Zdeněk Kučera, Head of the Technology͵ Media & Telecommunications and Litigation practices, who leads the team on behalf of Kinstellar, says: “We are happy to participate in such a unique communication technology project like Galileo We believe that we succeeded in a unique area of services, and we can prove that we understand the legal aspects of security monitoring, penetration testing as well as technology procurements. Our mandate can last up to four years of cooperation and will involve advisors from Prague as well as our other offices.”
Kamil Blažek, a Kinstellar partner, adds: “We formed a unique consortium combining a boutique firm with a special focus on aviation with an international firm with strong experience in the areas of security, information technology procurements and infrastructure. We believe that such a consortium of equal partners is a great combination for the GSA.”
For more information please contact Zdeněk Kučera, Managing Associate, at .
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