Outsourcing and Offshoring 2009: Meeting New Challenges

PLI Conference


Outsourcing and Technology Transactions

PLI California Center
685 Market Street
San Francisco, CA

Speaking Engagement

Why You Should Attend

Outsourcing and offshoring have become essential survival skills for businesses in these challenging times. As these fields have matured, the deals have become more complex 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.

What You Will Learn

  • Effective negotiation strategies for creating and realizing value in outsourcing transactions
  • Key pricing and financial provisions that can make or break a deal
  • Common IP approaches and pitfalls in these global transactions
  • “Green sourcing” – using outsourcing to acquire
  • “Green Technology” and imposing “Green Technology” requirements on outsourcing providers
  • Resolving today’s hottest issues in outsourcing contracts
  • Practical lessons in dispute resolution and governance
  • Key legal and tax considerations in offshoring
  • Addressing essential privacy and data security issues

Special Features

  • Case study approach to create consistency across presentations
  • Cohesive, experienced faculty devoted to presenting leading ideas
  • Provider “hot buttons” – understanding the key issues for service providers
  • Ethical issues in negotiating outsourcing deals

Who Should Attend

This seminar is designed for attorneys who are involved in
outsourcing arrangements; corporate, technology,
intellectual property, employment, regulatory, tax, financial,
and insurance lawyers; and business professionals.

This program is taking place in Chicago and New York.

For more information or to register, please visit www.pli.edu.

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