Strategic Sourcing and Commercial Transactions

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8 Key Elements for a Successful Lift-Out Transaction

Over the past few years we have observed a trend in companies seeking to outsource (and monetize) certain core, best-in-class processes, otherwise known as "lift-out" transactions. Gibson Dunn lawyers examine 8 key elements for conducting a successful lift-out transaction.

Client Alert | October 12, 2021

Connell O’Neill Named in ALB’s Super 50 TMT Lawyers 2021

Asian Legal Business has named Hong Kong partner Connell O’Neill in its inaugural Super 50 TMT Lawyers survey, which highlights the standout practitioners in the technology, media and telecommunications space in Asia.

Firm News | August 13, 2021

Gibson Dunn Earns 94 Top-Tier Rankings in Chambers USA 2021

In its 2021 edition, Chambers USA awarded Gibson Dunn 94 first-tier rankings, of which 33 were firm practice group rankings and 61 were individual lawyer rankings.

Firm News | May 20, 2021

Best Lawyers in France 2021 Recognizes 17 Gibson Dunn Attorneys

Best Lawyers in France 2021 recognized 17 Gibson Dunn attorneys and named Gibson Dunn the Insolvency and Reorganization Law “Law Firm of the Year.”

Firm News | June 25, 2020

Webcast: IPOs and Public Company Readiness: Outsourcing Transactions

In this webcast, members of Gibson Dunn's Capital Markets and Strategic Sourcing and Commercial Transactions Practice Groups discuss the potential benefits of outsourcing, and how to avoid the many pitfalls when sourcing and contracting for outsourcing services.

Webcasts | April 23, 2019

2018 Year-End German Law Update

Looking back at the past year's cacophony of voices in a world trying to negotiate a new balance of powers, it appeared that Germany was disturbingly silent, on both the global and European stage.

Client Alert | January 11, 2019

SEC Warns Public Companies on Cyber-Fraud Controls

On October 16, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission issued a report warning public companies about the importance of internal controls to prevent cyber fraud.  The report described the SEC Division of Enforcement's investigation of multiple public companies which had collectively lost nearly $100 million in a range of cyber-scams typically involving phony emails requesting payments to vendors or corporate executives.

Client Alert | October 17, 2018

Analysis of March 6, 2017 Executive Order on Immigration

Gibson Dunn previously issued several client alerts regarding President Trump's January 27, 2017, Executive Order restricting entry into the United States for individuals from certain nations and making other immigration-related policy changes.

Client Alert | March 7, 2017

Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Issues Opinion Upholding Nationwide TRO of January 27 Immigration-Related Executive Order

On Monday, January 30, 2017, Gibson Dunn issued a client alert regarding President Trump's January 27 Executive Order restricting entry into the United States for individuals from certain nations, and making other immigration-related policy changes.

Client Alert | February 10, 2017

Recent Developments Regarding Executive Order on Immigration

On Monday, January 30, 2017, Gibson Dunn issued a client alert regarding President Trump's January 27 Executive Order restricting entry into the United States for individuals from certain nations and making other immigration-related policy changes.

Client Alert | February 1, 2017

President Trump Issues Executive Order on Immigration

On January 27, 2017, President Trump issued an Executive Order entitled "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States."

Client Alert | January 30, 2017

One Small Step or One Giant Leap? FAA Releases Final Rules on Commercial Drone Use in the United States

After more than a year of considering public comments on its February 23, 2015 proposed rules regulating the commercial use of small (weighing less than 55 pounds) unmanned aircraft systems ("UAS" or "drones"), the United States Federal Aviation Administration ("FAA") on June 22, 2016 issued its final rule, bringing the use of drones one step closer to mainstream commercial integration.While the personal and commercial use of drones has mushroomed in recent years, a practical regulatory framework has lagged behind the technological innovation and economic demand driving the boom.  Proponents of the commercial use of drones have argued that this regulatory lag was stifling the growth of a market that is estimated to generate over $80 billion in t

Client Alert | June 27, 2016

Privacy and Data Security in Outsourcing

Gibson Dunn partners Palo Alto partner Dan Mummery,  Dallas partner Karl Nelson and New York partner Alex Southwell are authors of "Privacy and Data Security in Outsourcing" [PDF].

Article | May 26, 2015

United States Drone Policy Stretches Its Wings

It has been a busy week for U.S. regulators and policymakers as they continue to wrestle with how to effectively manage the myriad issues related to the growing and evolving use of unmanned aerial systems ("UAS"), or "drones," both domestically and abroad.  Beginning February 15, 2015, the Obama Administration announced a series of new rules and policies affecting the commercial use of drones domestically, as well as the ability of U.S.

Client Alert | February 23, 2015

2013 Year-End Strategic Sourcing and Technology Transactions Update

2013 proved to be another active year in the outsourcing and technology transactions marketplace. We continued to see a steady flow of traditional information technology outsourcing transactions mixed with an ever expanding variety of business process outsourcing transactions.

Client Alert | January 22, 2014