Daniel Mummery is a well-known outsourcing lawyer with a high level of expertise in information technology outsourcing (ITO) and business process outsourcing (BPO) agreements.
His broad practice includes licensing issues, contract manufacturing transactions and offshore deals.
Christopher Ford's expert outsourcing practice includes advising on technology transfers, cloud-based deals and telecommunication outsourcing.
He regularly negotiates payment transactions for financial services clients. Vivian Hanson maintains a prominent outsourcing and technology practice, which includes a significant focus on transactions involving the Japanese market.
Paul Roy is recognized for his "superior" outsourcing practice, which includes negotiating a range of procurement, e-commerce and facilities management deals.
He handles high-value transactions across a range of industries, including healthcare and financial services.
Samuel Kramer's practice covers areas such as supply chain agreements and technology licensing.
His expertise in large outsourcing transactions sees him regularly act for pharmaceutical and financial services companies.
Aaron Oser leads the firm's global sourcing practice and draws on experience across a range of industries.
He is recognised for his "outstanding depth of knowledge," which includes licensing agreements, complex procurement processes and cloud issues.
He comes recommended for his experience in negotiating high-value contracts, including industry-defining strategic alliances.
Kirkland & Ellis LLP has one of the largest, most experienced outsourcing and complex information technology transactions practices of any firm worldwide.
According to clients, he "provides very practical advice" and "has a calm and thoughtful demeanour no matter how stressful or critical a situation may seem." Brad Peterson comes highly recommended for his handling of high-value outsourcing transactions, offering particular expertise in negotiating contracts with a range of digital service providers.