TECHNOLOGY, OUTSOURCING, AND COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
NEWS FOR LAWYERS AND SOURCING PROFESSIONALS
It is with great excitement that we welcome Ed Hansen back as a partner in the outsourcing practice.
According to the 2016 A.T. Kearney Global Services Location Index report , two new business models are expanding the options available to companies looking for alternatives to traditional outsourcing.
As the use of big data in almost every area of business continues to grow, companies need to carefully consider their own use.
Most companies do not own all of the intellectual property (IP) rights that their businesses rely on. It is not uncommon for some portion of a company’s IP rights to be in-licensed from other persons or entities under a license agreement.
A regular feature of Sourcing@MorganLewis is our “Contract Corner.” In these posts, members of our global outsourcing and strategic commercial transactions practice highlight particular contract provisions and review issues and potential approaches to negotiating and drafting those provisions.
In our last Contract Corner post , we discussed the benefits of negotiating flexible termination options, including partial termination rights.
On August 11, 2015, in Elizabeth Starkey v. G. Adventures, Inc.
Termination rights are a crucial and frequently negotiated aspect of complex commercial agreements.
We are pleased to announce that Jason M. Rodriguez in our Boston office has been promoted to Of Counsel in our Outsourcing and Strategic Commercial Transactions Practice Area, effective November 1. Jason will be leading our group’s efforts to support the needs of clients in the Boston area relating to strategic commercial and technology transactions and also playing an active role in our national outsourcing practice.