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Mayer Brown launches global guide on trends in technology transactions

18 May 2018

Mayer Brown announced today the launch of a new guide, “Technology Transactions: Thriving in an Age of Digital Transformation,” which explores current trends in data, digital, outsourcing and software, and analyzes how these trends are transforming business around the world. Authored by lawyers in the firm’s global Technology Transactions practice, this guide serves as a valuable resource for in-house counsel, executives and other stakeholders as they address the rapidly evolving legal environment related to outsourcing and software transactions.

Brad Peterson, partner and co-leader of the firm’s Technology Transactions practice, said, “As the use of connected products, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and technological advances are becoming more prevalent among businesses, it has become increasingly clear that outsourcing is transitioning from traditional to digital. This guide will keep our clients and their businesses ahead of the curve and help them through this transition.”

“Now more than ever, companies cope with an explosion in digital connections and use of data,” said Mayer Brown partner and co-leader of the Technology Transactions practice Rebecca Eisner. “This guide will help readers navigate the current technology-saturated business environment and develop a clear understanding of the new regulations, trends, challenges and opportunities their companies are facing.”

Mayer Brown’s global Technology Transactions practice consists of more than 50 lawyers throughout the Americas, Asia and Europe, who have guided clients in developing and managing high-value relationships with providers of critical services and technology, which have included some of the largest outsourcing and software transactions ever attempted. In recent years, the practice has helped clients to implement digital and data-driven strategies through technology transactions and to govern those complex relationships.

For more information, or to request a copy of the guide, please click here.

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