LR29, a cutting-edge IT-focused law boutique based in Hamburg, Germany, has proudly joined the esteemed OpenChain Partner network. Founded by experienced former in-house counsels Maxim Letski and Dr. Eduard Hofert, LR29 is dedicated to guiding businesses through technology-related legal challenges, optimizing legal processes, and the efficiency of legal departments.
‘Given our past with open-source-based business models and our passion for great technology, we are very happy to become a partner of OpenChain. This partnership emphasizes LR29’s unique approach to support our clients’ navigating the complexities of legal requirements in supply chains and other legal challenges of the industry. We can help our clients to set a high level of open-source compliance improving their market position reducing risks and repetitive tasks.’
‘It is great to welcome the LR29 team to our official partner program,” says Shane Coughlan, OpenChain General Manager. “LR29 adds a strong focus on pragmatic legal advice for software vendors facing market challenges when approaching large corporations in their got-to-market processes to the German network a further milestone in the maturity of the OpenChain ecosystem.’
More About LR29
With substantial expertise gained from their previous roles at reputable tech companies and open-source brands such as Google, N26, Open-Xchange, and HiveMQ, the founders have played pivotal roles in establishing legal departments from the ground up and in negotiating large-scale software license and SaaS agreements with enterprise customers on behalf of software vendors. This extensive in-house experience sets LR29 apart from traditional law firms.