International Comparative Legal Guide - Technology Sourcing 2023

Bird & Bird’s APAC and UK Tech Transactions team, spanning our offices in Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, London, and now with valuable contributions from our team in Ireland, has contributed to the latest edition of the International Comparative Legal Technology Sourcing guide.

This comprehensive guide serves as a highly relevant resource for practitioners, offering multi-jurisdictional insight into the intricacies of technology sourcing regulations. Covering a wide range of technology sourcing topics, it explores the issues of procurement processes, dispute resolution procedures, intellectual property rights, data protection and information security, employment law, outsourcing of technology services, software licensing, cloud computing services, AI and machine learning and blockchain.

Mark Leach, our Global Head of Tech Transactions and Will Bryson, Tech Transaction Senior Associate, have shared their expertise in an article focused on Sourcing AI solutions. In this article, they consider the legal issues and risks of implementing AI systems, they also discuss how and where to address and mitigate these challenges. As technology sourcing lawyers face ever-evolving challenges in a fast-paced digital world, Mark and Will’s insights provide through consideration of the risks that come with these new and emerging technologies.

The International Comparative Legal Guide was first published in ICLG - Technology Sourcing. The guide is free to access via the following links:

Australia

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Ireland

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Hong Kong

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Singapore

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United Kingdom

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Expert analysis – Sourcing AI Solutions

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