Mayer Brown announced the launch of its new global guide, “Meeting the Challenges Ahead for Technology & IP Transactions.”
Authored by lawyers in the firm’s global Technology & IP Transactions practice, and written for in-house counsel, executives and other stakeholders, the guide forecasts areas where businesses should focus to navigate the evolving legal landscape surrounding technology and intellectual property transactions. Topics include digital transformation, multi-layer technology solutions, outsourcing, technology collaborations, artificial intelligence, data monetization, blockchain, open source software, data security and data privacy.
“This new guide is designed to provide timely, practical ideas for lawyers working on today’s data, digital, outsourcing and software deals,” said Brad Peterson, co-leader of the firm’s global Technology & IP Transactions practice.
Mayer Brown’s global Technology & IP Transactions practice consists of more than 50 lawyers throughout the Americas, Asia and Europe, who help clients maximize value and avoid costly pitfalls in technology and intellectual property deals. The practice brings 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. Clients note that Mayer Brown leverages its “very deep bench and good relationships with the industry” to help them develop, acquire, architect, implement, license and monetize transformative technology.
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