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  1. Legal news
    29 August 2019
    International Comparative Legal Guide to: Outsourcing 2019

    The 4th edition of International Comparative Legal Guide to: Outsourcing 2019 is a practical cross-border insight into outsourcing work. Mark Leach, Head of our International Outsourcing Practice Group, acted as ...

  2. Legal news
    10 July 2020
    The Three Point Plan to manage your supply contracts in a new normal

    In easy trading times businesses buy goods and services to meet their then current requirements but also with an eye on the future, expecting service improvement and growth.

  3. Legal news
    08 April 2021
    Germany’s financial sector faces stricter outsourcing rules

    After financial scandals, Germany envisions changes to its financial regulatory frameworks. The bill presented by the Federal Ministry of Finance proposes sweeping changes regarding the supervision of outsourcers.

  4. Legal news
    19 November 2019
    Review of Danish outsourcing rules for the financial services sector

    On 15 November 2019, the Danish Financial Supervisory Authorities (Danish FSA) published a consultation of a new bill with the aim of aligning the outsourcing regulation for financial institutions, including e-money and ...

  5. Legal news
    15 July 2021
    International Comparative Legal Guide - Technology Sourcing 2021

    Bird & Bird’s APAC and UK Tech Transactions specialists have contributed to the inaugural edition of the Technology Sourcing guide, published by IGLG. Lawyers from our offices in Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and ...

  6. Legal news
    23 December 2019
    Tech & Comms 2020 Predictions

    For a third consecutive year we have asked our technology & communications specialists from around the world to identify the challenges and opportunities they expect the sector to face in 2020.

  7. Legal news
    23 December 2020
    Tech & Comms - 2021 Challenges, Opportunities and Predictions

    2020 has been one of the most challenging years in living memory, as governments, businesses and individuals have had to adapt to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The enforced global lockdowns have put a spotlight ...