Outsourcing 2010: Structuring, Negotiation and Governance

Chicago Presentation

09/20/2010 09:00 a.m. - 09/21/2010 04:30 p.m.

Outsourcing

Gleacher Center 
The University of Chicago
450 N Cityfront Plaza Dr.
Chicago, IL 60611

John F. Delaney

John F. Delaney

Speaking Engagement

What You Will Learn

  • Effective negotiation strategies for creating and realizing value in outsourcing transactions
  • Key pricing and financial provisions
  • Common IP approaches and pitfalls in these global transactions
  • How to use “Green Sourcing” to acquire “Green Technology” and imposing “Green Technology” requirements on outsourcing providers
  • Customer and supplier perspectives
  • Practical lessons in governance
  • Managing risk and maximizing value in global sourcing
  • Offshoring to India, China and elsewhere
  • What every sourcing lawyer should know about bankruptcy law
  • How to address essential privacy and data security issues, including new issues in “Cloud Computing”

Why You Should Attend

As the outsourcing industry has matured, the deals have become more complex and mission-critical and the law has grown deeper and broader.  The legal documents are essential, and lawyers can create or lose a great deal of value for their clients.  Thus, any lawyer working in this field needs to understand the latest ideas on how these deals are structured, negotiated and governed.  This is without question the most rigorous and best outsourcing program available for U.S. lawyers.

For more information, please click here.

    Email Disclaimer

    Unsolicited e-mails and information sent to Morrison & Foerster will not be considered confidential, may be disclosed to others pursuant to our Privacy Policy, may not receive a response, and do not create an attorney-client relationship with Morrison & Foerster. If you are not already a client of Morrison & Foerster, do not include any confidential information in this message. Also, please note that our attorneys do not seek to practice law in any jurisdiction in which they are not properly authorized to do so.

    ©1996-2017 Morrison & Foerster LLP. All rights reserved.