TECHNOLOGY, OUTSOURCING, AND COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
NEWS FOR LAWYERS AND SOURCING PROFESSIONALS
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council recently published new guidance supporting PCI Data Security Standard 3.0 (PCI DSS 3.0). This guidance was released to help merchants reduce the risk of compromising payment card data when engaging third parties as service providers (e.g., call centers and e-commerce payment providers).
With facilities management outsourcing on the rise, we are seeing an increase in inquiries from customers about how to contract for these services.
With privacy and security obligations consuming more and more attention during contract negotiations, open-source issues seem almost an afterthought.
“When I’m gone, what will happen to my social media profiles?
A severability clause is one of those boilerplate sections that are typically hidden among the miscellaneous clauses at the end of a contract.
California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law AB 129 , a bill intended to ensure that the use of various forms of alternative currency does not violate California law.
Your experiences may be different, but the excusable events that we see in force majeure clauses vary widely—from specific events that could not have been prevented to any event beyond a party's reasonable control.
As the outsourcing industry matures and contracts run their full cycles, we have seen an influx of deals that are expiring or up for renegotiation or resourcing.
A recent jury finding in Energy Transfer Partners LP v. Enterprise Products Partners LP may have far-reaching effects in how relationships formed through nonbinding letters of intent are interpreted, specifically regarding whether conduct can negate a previous agreement between parties.
Recently, I found myself explaining that auto-renewal provisions in contracts may not be so automatic in certain states.