Tag: intellectual property
Read that cloud computing contract again. Trust us, it’s not as simple as it looks. Here are four legal traps to look out for before signing on the dotted line for a cloud-based service. 1. Intellectual Property Exposure “When moving trade secrets to the cloud, the customer must ensure the cloud provider has adequate protections […]
Innovation is the lifeblood of entrepreneurial companies such as Inherited Health™, an online resource for information about health risks, but it’s also imperative that such companies deliver new products to the market in a short time frame and at the lowest cost. Those were the business challenges – along with having only a handful of […]
Manufacturers who outsource lose control over the manufacturing process. Adam Chernichaw’s advice: Document everything.
Is your company interested in offshoring or nearshoring to Canada? Read this new white paper about key legal and tax considerations to think about when contemplating Canada as your next offshoring site.
Outsourcing to India: Key Legal and Tax Considerations for U.S. Financial Institutions | White Paper
Any cross-border outsourcing transaction raises a host of potential legal issues; in addition there is an emerging body of “global sourcing” legislation in the U.S. This paper describes how Baker & McKenzie can assist U.S. financial institutions in assessing current outsourcing agreements and guiding future agreements for compliance with key legal and tax issues when […]
Companies face five key legal issues when they outsource their eCommerce offerings. Attorneys at Baker & McKenzie show you the legal sandbars and explain how to navigate around them.
ELearning is more than applying technology to the learning process. If done effectively, it changes several business processes, and outsourcing is the best catalyst for those changes.
Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) can give companies a decided advantage in today’s marketplace. However, four legal issues have the power to derail an outsourcing contract’s success. If buyers include legal protections in their outsourcing contracts, they can enjoy the advantages BPO outsourcing brings, according to attorney David Pace, a partner in the Dallas office of Arter and Hadden LLP…