Innovative digital and technology solutions can enable, transform and provide the platform to disrupt business operations. This year, in connection with our annual Tech&Sourcing webinar series, our technology, outsourcing, and commercial transactions group will host a series of programs designed to cover a wide range of topics relating to digital disruption and innovation geared toward lawyers and specialists who handle contracting matters for their organizations. Join us for a series of webinars that will explore the evolving legal issues arising for businesses in the technology, outsourcing and commercial transaction fields.
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Please join us as we examine highlights from our Tech & Sourcing @ Morgan Lewis blog. This update will be of particular interest if you are involved in technology transactions or outsourcing, including legal challenges in the Metaverse, updates on force majeure, and cloud and software-as-a-service provisions, or if you are refreshing confidentiality and other standard terms.
Join Benjamin Klaber and Emily Lowe for a discussion of key contracting considerations in life sciences supply chain and manufacturing transactions.
For financial services organizations that have a need for digital transformation and innovation, outsourcing is more important than ever. Join us as we explore the state of the market, and related contractual and regulatory issues.
Join us for a dynamic discussion of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and the unique legal issues they present in technology transactions.
Partners Barbara Melby, Peter Watt-Morse, and Mike Pierides will discuss issues and practical pointers that are especially important for technology, outsourcing, and commercial agreements related to the continuing pandemic and vaccine rollout. This session features an annual review of highlights from the Contract Corner feature on our Tech & Sourcing @ Morgan Lewis blog series.
Join us for our annual roundtable for technology and commercial contract lawyers and professionals (we are going virtual this year!). The session will feature an ethics hour, as well as a dynamic discussion of top contract issues arising from the shift in business and working models over the last year and the rush to provide access to transformative digital solutions.
Join us for a discussion of what to do when life sciences and technology companies say, “Let’s get digital.”
Join Morgan Lewis and our guest speaker Jon Lightman from ISG for a dynamic discussion on the impact the pandemic has had on implementing managed services.
Join us in saying goodbye to 2020 and welcoming a new year, with a dynamic discussion of the promise and challenges of the outsourcing industry in 2021.
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.
Join us for a discussion on how to successfully renegotiate your existing services contracts.
Join us for an in-depth discussion of subcontracting provisions and their effect on commercial transactions.
Join us for a discussion of the intricacies of drafting data protection provisions in outsourcing and other services transactions.
Our panelists will provide a summary of key considerations in structuring and negotiating transition services agreements in the context of M&A transactions.
Join us as we explore the benefits and downsides of agile development methodology, an approach to project management that is becoming favored and commonly utilized in the technology industry.
In this webinar, we will address the key Russian rules affecting user agreements, which businesses offering goods or services online to Russian customers should keep in mind/
Please join us as we examine highlights from the Contract Corner feature.
Please join us as we share thoughts and observations about the growing esports industry.
Join Morgan Lewis for an interactive discussion on hot topics impacting how services are contracted for in the constantly changing digital economy.