Exit Services: Making the Unworkable Work

05/19/2014 03:30 p.m. - 09:00 p.m.

Outsourcing | Europe

Morrison & Foerster
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London
EC2Y 9AW

Alistair Maughan

Alistair Maughan

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Read our client alert "A Better Way Out? Exit Services in Outsourcing"

Regulation of exit services has been a permanent part of outsourcing contracts for many years. The typical approach has developed from a single clause in the main agreement to a separate extensive schedule. But this hasn’t stopped many outsourcing relationships from falling into the same traps that have existed for years. Disagreements and uncertainties about exit services continue to occur.

The Outsourcing Law Group has produced a new White Paper arguing that there is a better way. There are a handful of simple approaches that can be followed in any outsourcing arrangement in order to avoid the most common mistakes in the exit phase. As with many outsourcing issues, the keys to success are: planning; transparency; and using experience to avoid mistakes.

This seminar will present the White Paper and the results of the Outsourcing Law Group’s research findings about what issues customers and service providers experience in practice when dealing with exit situations. The event will also include contributions from the service provider perspective and from leading sourcing consultancy Alsbridge.

Attendees will receive a copy of the White Paper.

Click here to see the event flyer.

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