Outsourcing agreements often raise a crucial question, is it better to rely on a general contractor that will provide services through its sub-contractors or have direct contractual relationships with each of the providers?
Here is my very personal top 5 of topics that I covered in 2013 on this blog, looking at their impact on the market and their potential implications in 2014.
Outsourcing agreements relating to cloud projects in the healthcare sector (eHealth or telemedicine) trigger relevant regulatory and contractual issues.
On Wednesday, July 24, 2013 at 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PDT, I will be talking at a webinar arranged by the Global Outsourcing Association of Lawyers on on Identity Privacy and Data Protection in the Cloud where we will cover the most crucial legal and business issues in cloud project under the perspective of US, African and European laws.The webinar is absolutely free and you can register here or send an email to me, Giulio Coraggio, also follow me on Twitter and...
We covered issues connected to liability clauses, termination clauses, SLAs and penalty/liquidated damages clauses, forum selection and applicable law clauses, intellectual property clauses in outsourcing agreements, but I thought that we had to review data protection / privacy clauses which are vital for outsourcing agreements involving the flow of data between different entities located worldwide that trigger major data protections issues .