Multi-jurisdictional outsourcing

This practice note considers some of the key issues that arise in relation to multi-jurisdictional outsourcing, including the process involved in managing the outsourcing of services globally, how to structure such a transaction, transfer and service issues and other global and local issues.

Mark Lewis, Partner, Head of IT & Outsourcing, Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP and Practical Law Commercial


 

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