Outsourcing 2011:
Structuring, Negotiation and Governance

10/31/2011 - 11/01/2011

Technology Transactions, Outsourcing, Outsourcing | Europe, Technology + Outsourcing | China, and Technology, Media + Telecommunications | China

PLI New York Center
810 Seventh Avenue
21st floor
New York, NY 10019


Corey Garver
(202) 887-6944

Outsourcing transactions are again on the rise as the global economy recovers from its prolonged recession. Today’s sourcing deals, however, have become even more complex and mission-critical, and the law has grown deeper, broader and more burdensome. The legal documents are essential to the success of an outsourcing arrangement, and lawyers can create or lose a great deal of value for their clients in advising on these deals. Accordingly, any lawyer working in this field needs to understand the latest ideas on how sourcing transactions should be structured, negotiated and governed. This is without question the most rigorous and best outsourcing program available for lawyers.

What you will learn:

  • Using outsourcing as a vehicle for transforming an enterprise
  • 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
  • Role of outsourcing in convergence of mainstream business and CleanTech
  • Customer and supplier perspectives
  • Practical lessons in governance
  • Managing risk and maximizing value in global sourcing
  • Addressing essential privacy and data security issues, including cutting-edge issues raised by Cloud Computing


Morrison & Foerster Speakers:

  • John Delaney, Morrison & Foerster LLP
    Conference Co-Chair, October 31 and November 1.
    Speaker,  October 31, 11:30 am, "Intellectual Property Pitfalls "
  • Chris Ford, Morrison & Foerster LLP
    Speaker, November 1, 1:15 pm, "Transformational Sourcing"

PLI will provide CLE credit for this event.

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