In case you missed it, the Morgan Lewis COVID-19 Legal Issue Compendium provides an overview of our firm’s key publications covering the legal and regulatory landscape relating to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It includes both business management and industry-specific issues challenging executives and in-house legal teams around the world. Links to our publications are embedded within the compendium.
NEWS FOR LAWYERS AND SOURCING PROFESSIONALS
Please join us as we examine highlights from the Contract Corner feature on our Tech & Sourcing @ Morgan Lewis blog. The series reviews essential issues and practical pointers for technology, outsourcing, and commercial agreements.
Partners Peter M. Watt-Morse and Mike Pierides will discuss the following topics:
- Analysis of contract rights
- Bankruptcy impact
- Termination and renewal issues
- Cybersecurity and data protection
- Licensing and IP rights
We hope you’ll join us on Tuesday, May 12, at 12:00–1:00 pm ET, 9:00–10:00 am PT, and 5:00–6:00 pm GMT.
We hope to see you for our annual series—now in its 10th year—of tailored webinars focused on current technology issues, trends, and developments that are of key importance to our friends and clients.
This year, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic provides unique challenges for the technology sector. We will address these issues across our full slate of programming, as well as in a dedicated COVID-19 track of events.
Select programs will include:
- The Fourth Industrial Revolution: What Do Automation and Outsourcing in the 21st Century Mean for the Modern Workplace?
- Successful Cyberincident Response in 2020
- Contract Corner: The Year in Review (covering our Tech & Sourcing @ Morgan Lewis Contract Corner series)
- Business Processes Outsourcing: Tricks and Tips from the Russian Law Perspective
- IP Year in Review: Important Cases Decided in 2019
- COVID-19 Exposes New Supply Chain Risks
- Effect of COVID-19 on the Fintech Sector
Please join us for a discussion of how the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will affect existing and future outsourcing contracts and relationships. Partners Barbara Melby, Michael Pillion, and Mike Pierides will discuss the following topics:
- Excused events and associated provisions
- Business continuity: then, now, and going forward
- Remote working blessings and challenges
- Scalability and change
- Step in, termination, and renegotiation
We hope you’ll join us on Tuesday, April 28, at 12:00–1:00 pm ET, 9:00-10:00 am PT, and 5:00-6:00 pm BST.
Please join us for an in-depth discussion on how to successfully renegotiate your existing services contracts with technology, outsourcing, and commercial transactions partner Vito Petretti. Topics will include:
- A general look at the renegotiation process
- Business issues and drivers involved in renegotiation
- How to conduct a renegotiation
- Contract terms that may impact renegotiation
We hope you’ll join us on Wednesday, April 8, 2020, from 12:00–1:00 pm ET.
Please join us for our first webinar of the year where Morgan Lewis partner Barbara Melby will discuss the top trends that will impact the outsourcing market in 2020. Topics will include:
- Forecasts of where the outsourcing market is going
- Outsourcing as a way to disrupt business operations
- The impact of cloud, automation, and AI on outsourcing transactions
- A look at the “Partner Ecosystem”
- Focus on customer experience and outcomes
The webinar will take place on Wednesday, January 15, 2020, from 12:00 to 1:00 pm (Eastern Time). Register for the webinar.
Please join us for a dynamic webinar on hot issues impacting the structuring and negotiation of ecommerce contracts in 2020. Donald G. Shelkey and Eric Pennesi of our Technology, Outsourcing and Commercial Transactions practice will present and lead discussions on topics including:
- Privacy and Security
- Deals We Expect to See: An Integration Infection!
- 2020 Market Positions
The webinar will take place on Wednesday, December 11, 2019, from 12:00–1:00 pm (Eastern Time). Register here.
Please join us for the next installment of the Morgan Lewis Life Sciences Growth Webinar series, which will focus on university licensing. Topics to be discussed include:
- Academia/industry perspective differences
- Overarching academic policies and laws
- Specific academic licensing terms
- Post-licensing action items
This webinar will be hosted by Benjamin H. Pensak, a partner in our San Francisco office and Stephen L. Altieri, a partner in our Boston office. This event will take place on November 5, 2019, from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm (ET). Registration and additional information for the event can be found here.
CLE credit: CLE credit in CA, FL, IL, NJ, NY, PA, TN, TX, and VA is currently pending approval for live viewings only. Credit in NJ is via reciprocity.View past and upcoming presentations.
Please join us for the next installment of the Morgan Lewis Automotive Hour Webinar series.
This webinar will be hosted by Rahul Kapoor, a partner in our Silicon Valley/San Francisco offices, Robert W. Dickey, a partner in our New York office, Daniel S. Savrin, a partner in our Boston office, and is the latest in a 10-part series covering a variety of topics related to clients in the automotive industry. This session will focus on the impact of automotive joint ventures and alliance issues on the automotive industry.
As our loyal Tech & Sourcing readers know, we have been doing our best to keep you informed about the requirements of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and what you can do to prepare as its January 1, 2020, effective date draws near. Continuing that vein, we invite you to an upcoming webinar wherein Morgan Lewis partners Reese Hirsch, Mark Krotoski, and Carla Oakley and associate Kristin Hadgis will provide an overview of the latest amendments to the CCPA, the state of the law and related regulations, and practical perspectives on CCPA compliance.
The Morgan Lewis team will discuss the following topics:
- The new one-year exemption for employee data*
- The new one-year exemption for B2B communications*
- Other new amendments, including those related to the use of toll-free numbers and verifiable consumer requests*
- Failed amendments and other issues to watch
- Status of California attorney general regulations and a possible new ballot initiative
- Other state laws influenced by the CCPA
- Preparing for the January 1 effective date and 2020 enforcement date
We hope you will join us for the one-hour webinar on Tuesday, October 22 at 1:00 pm ET.
*Indicates an amendment to the CCPA that has passed the California Legislature but, as of this writing, has not yet been signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom.