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Why You Should Attend
Outsourcing 2022 will address the new fundamentals, key issues and best practices driven by rapid changes in technology, regulation, ways of working, and the global economy. Today, outsourcing is not only a way to get better services for less money but also a way to accelerate digital transformation and drive innovation. Whether you are a new or an experienced practitioner, this program will provide valuable insights on trends in how outsourcing agreements are changing, how to address increasingly stringent regulation, how to mitigate growing risks including cybersecurity and privacy, and how to address IP, tax, employment and other legal topics. The esteemed faculty includes leading outsourcing lawyers and practitioners, including a panel of outsourcing advisors and suppliers providing market insights. The program concludes with an ethics presentation specifically designed for the unique legal ethics issues affecting outsourcing practitioners.
What You Will Learn
Upon completing this program, participants will be able to:
- Know the foundational issues and current trends driving value in outsourcing deals
- Manage and mitigate risks in today’s outsourcing deals
- Avoid common IP and technology pitfalls in outsourcing agreements
- Identify employment and labor law issues in outsourcing
- Recognize tax issues in day-to-day outsourcing practice
- Allocate compliance obligations contractually and understand unique issues raised by transformative outsourcing
- Recognize the business and technology changes that will drive change in outsourcing legal constructs
- Plan for new issues and regulations potentially impacting tomorrow’s deals
- Recognize the latest global developments in data privacy and security and how those developments will affect contracts
- Spot ethics issues arising during negotiation of sourcing deals
Who Should Attend
In-house counsel, outside attorneys, and allied professionals involved with or interested in structuring and negotiating outsourcing agreements for customers or suppliers.
- Lunch provided to in person attendees on the first program day - network with your colleagues!
- Learn from real-world hypothetical scenarios
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisites: An interest in or experience with structuring and negotiating outsourcing agreements.
Advanced Preparation: None