Scott on Outsourcing Law and Practice Scott on Outsourcing Law and Practice
by Michael D. Scott


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It's been going on for decades. But today, more firms than ever are using outsourcing to help cut costs, improve business processes, and focus on their core business. The most successful of these companies are the best informed.

Whether you're just beginning to investigate the feasibility of outsourcing arrangements or an old hand at negotiating and structuring these complex deals, there's a growing body of legal knowledge and "best practices" you need to consider before making critical outsourcing decisions. You'll find everything you need in the new Scott on Outsourcing Law and Practice, your one-stop legal guide to the outsourcing process.

Prepared by Michael D. Scott – law professor, formerly a partner at Perkins Coie LLP, and author of a half dozen widely used legal treatises - this outstanding reference provides the first comprehensive and practical guide to all of the legal issues involved in the outsourcing process. Scott on Outsourcing Law and Practice supplies reliable answers to the myriad legal questions that arise when considering or embarking on the outsourcing process.

You'll discover:

  • The common mistakes made in outsourcing ventures and how to avoid them
  • How outsourcing and intellectual property laws intersect in IP licensing, open source software, and other IP agreements
  • How to protect your client from running afoul of labor and employment laws in both domestic and foreign outsourcing agreements
  • How privacy and security laws and regulations apply to outsourcing transactions
  • How to effectively resolve outsourcing disputes such as breach of contract through arbitration and mediation
  • How to gather the facts, plan your strategy and organize your case should litigation become unavoidable
  • And much more!

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