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Ethics Issues in Negotiating Sourcing Deals

Recorded on: Nov. 6, 2017
Running Time: 00:58:36

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Taken from the Web Program Outsourcing 2017: ITO, BPO and Cloud recorded November 2017 in New York.

Ethics Issues in Negotiating Sourcing Deals [00:58:36]
  • Zealous representation within the bounds of the law
  • Puffery vs. false statements: where is the line drawn?
  • Limits on communications with adverse parties
  • Cross-border and multijurisdictional negotiations
  • Outsourcing hypothetical scenarios
  • Preparing for the conversation with inside counsel

Speaker: Janis M. Meyer

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