Mayer Brown has launched its latest guide, “Lessons Learned from Major Technology & IP Transactions,” which draws on the perspectives of firm lawyers who have advised on outsourcing, technology and intellectual property (IP) transactions around the world.
Authored by lawyers in the firm’s global Technology & IP Transactions practice, Outsourcing practice, and Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice, the guide is intended to help in-house counsel, executives and other stakeholders navigate the evolving legal landscape surrounding technology and IP transactions. Topics include addressing uncertainty in technology and outsourcing deals, deal negotiation processes, customer-facing platform deals, open data, artificial intelligence (AI), new regulations of AI and data, and enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementation deals.
According to Brad Peterson, who leads the firm’s global Technology Transactions practice, “Today’s technologies provide tremendous opportunities to improve business results with technology services agreements. In this guide, the fourth in this series, we provide ideas and updates that we believe will be useful based on our decades of experience advising clients on major outsourcing, IP and technology transactions.”
Mayer Brown’s global Technology & IP Transactions practice, Outsourcing practice and Cybersecurity & Data Privacy practice include lawyers throughout the Americas, Asia and Europe, who bring market knowledge, experience, bench strength, technology background and commercial perspective to help clients innovate, collaborate, reduce cost and improve operations in commercial and corporate deals.
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