Mayer Brown announced today the launch of its second Technology Transactions guide, “Legal Perspectives for Technology & Innovation,” which explores current trends in data, digital, outsourcing and software.

Authored by lawyers in the firm’s global Technology Transactions practice, the guide is a valuable resource for in-house counsel, executives and other stakeholders who must address the evolving legal and business issues arising in connection with the development, adoption and commercialization of emerging digital technologies.

“Now more than ever, our clients are using technology transactions to achieve digital transformation,” said Brad Peterson, Mayer Brown partner and a co-leader of the firm’s Technology Transactions practice. “This guide offers cutting-edge insights into the opportunities and new legal challenges of today’s hottest technology innovations.”

“In today’s business environment, technology is evolving rapidly. Businesses must be nimble, innovative and move quickly to create or counter disruption,” said Rebecca Eisner, Mayer Brown partner and a co-leader of the firm’s Technology Transactions practice. “This guide equips readers with the tools to navigate the current legal, technological and business issues that arise in a range of technology sectors, including artificial intelligence, blockchain, fintech and the Internet of Things.”

Mayer Brown’s global Technology Transactions practice comprises 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, including some of the largest digital, outsourcing and software transactions ever attempted. In recent years, the practice has helped clients to implement and govern digital transformation through technology transactions.

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