No matter where you are in the process or what role you play, technology transformation can be complex and challenging to navigate.
Kicking off in early September, join us as we host this 7-part series to share legal and practical insights to help you succeed on your transformation journey.
9 September 2020 | Commercial & Contractual Considerations
Join Simon Martin and Andrew Dentice as they share their insights on how to lock in the benefits you’re dreaming about, manage the risks that keep you awake at night, and achieve win/win outcomes – from both the supplier’s and customer’s perspective.
16 September 2020 | A Practical Guide to Tech Transformation
Join Ed Lim and Lisa Paz as they share their first-hand insights on HGM's own technology transformation, including why prioritising the user experience and cybersecurity were key criteria in delivering a successful outcome.
23 September 2020 | In-house Counsel Unite!
Join Andrew Dentice, Sonya Hill and Lisa Paz together with leading in-house practitioners, Sarah White (Xero), Julian Benefield (Foodstuffs) and Michael Brick (Microsoft) for a panel discussion where they will be discussing tips and strategies from the trenches of tech transformation.
7 October 2020 | Data & Privacy Considerations
Where tech transformation is critical for business continuity and has to be done quickly, how do you ensure that data privacy isn't compromised?
14 October 2020 | Tech Joint Ventures
What form should the joint venture take? How will you work with someone new? Do you need vesting rights, anti-dilution mechanism, tags and drags, or event restraints of trade? Do you have an exit plan?
20 October 2020 | Branding & Licensing for eCommerce Models
Selling online can open up a world of opportunity, but it needs to be done right. How do you protect your brand and IP in an e-commerce environment? What are the other legal challenges with this model?
21 October 2020 | Tech Disputes
Technology has become a critical part of every business. When it works well it can deliver incredible efficiencies. However there are plenty of technology projects that make headlines for all the wrong reasons.
For information on the series or any of the topics covered, please get in touch.