Drafting IT Outsourcing Contracts: Jurisdiction, Change Process, Recordkeeping, Client Privacy, Security, Insolvency
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide practical advice on drafting an IT outsourcing agreement. The panel will discuss key provisions to consider when creating an agreement and what client's counsel should focus on when negotiating such an agreement.
- IT outsourcing agreements
- Key provisions
- Change process
- Security issues and data breaches
- When to outsource
- Vetting a vendor
- Key provisions
- Other best practices
- Arbitration and how to structure it
The panel will address these and other key topics:
- What are the key provisions needed for a solid IT outsourcing agreement?
- When should a client outsource its IT department?
- What considerations should a client include when vetting a vendor?
Schultis Law Group
Mr. Schultis focuses on IP transactions, and has substantial experience representing both technology consumers and... | Read More
Mr. Schultis focuses on IP transactions, and has substantial experience representing both technology consumers and vendors and a wide variety of service providers. He represents large customers in outsourcing arrangements including one of the world's largest financial institutions, a big four accounting firm, major health care providers and utilities. Prior to founding his firm, he spent a decade as a partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, focusing on IP transactions.Close
William A. Tanenbaum
Moses & Singer
Mr. Tanenbaum is a member of the firm’s Technology Transactions & Data Privacy Group and a Practice Co-Chair... | Read More
Mr. Tanenbaum is a member of the firm’s Technology Transactions & Data Privacy Group and a Practice Co-Chair of the HealthCare Technology & Innovation Group, which is ranked as the second largest practice in Health Information and Technology Law in the country by the American Health Lawyers Association. His practice focuses on transactional work, litigation and strategic counseling in these fields: IT and other technologies, IP, healthcare, cybersecurity, outsourcing and technology services. In the emerging field of data law, he handles agreements and legal compliance aspects of data governance and management. Mr. Tanenbaum is a sought-after adviser on adopting and leveraging new technologies, such as cloud-based services, AI, machine learning, data analytics, the industrial internet of things, medtech and digital medicine.Close