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Outsourcing 2014: Sourcing Critical Services


Speaker(s): Barbra J. Moran, Brad L. Peterson, David M. Ross, David Rabinowitz, Dina Ganz Traugot, Elizabeth M. Kelley, Erika C. Collins, George Kimball, Gregg I. Goldman, John F. Delaney, John W. Hamlin, Lynn Lugo, Marcelo Halpern, Michael J. Cammarota, Michael S. Mensik, Peter R. George, Rebecca S. Eisner, Richard Maroney, Vivian L. Hanson, William A. Tanenbaum
Recorded on: Oct. 27, 2014
PLI Program #: 49807

Primary Areas of Practice: Technology Transactions

Law School/Graduate School:       Columbia Law School

Work History:

Partner, Technology Transactions Group of Morrison & Foerster LLP in New York Office

Co-Head of U.S. Sourcing Group of Morrison & Foerster LLP

Vivian Hanson is a partner in the Technology Transactions Group of Morrison & Foerster LLP in New York and is the co-head of the firm’s U.S. Sourcing Practice.  Her practice is focused primarily on complex, large-scale outsourcing transactions, as well as domestic and cross-border transactions involving technology transfers, licensing and other intellectual property transactions.  Vivian has also worked extensively on joint ventures, strategic alliances, mergers, acquisitions and general corporate matters, and is fluent in Japanese.  Her experience crosses a variety of industries, including entertainment, media, information services, information technology, consumer electronics, transportation and health care.  She has consistently been recognized as a leading expert in the field of technology and outsourcing by such organizations as Chambers, Legal 500, Best Lawyers and Super Lawyers.

Professional Memberships:

International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP)


Brad Peterson is a co-chair of PLI’s outsourcing program in Chicago and leads the Technology Transactions practice at Mayer Brown.  His practice focuses on outsourcing, data, digital services, and software transactions.

Brad has been ranked as a Band 1 individual for several years in both Chambers Global (Global – US Outsourcing category) and Chambers USA (Illinois Technology and the National Outsourcing categories) (“the gold standard of legal advisers on IT outsourcing and contracts”).  Best Lawyers named Brad as the Information Technology Law "Lawyer of the Year" for Chicago" for 2017.   Legal 500 has for several years named Brad as a Leading Lawyer ("singled out for praise“).

Brad earned an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and a JD from Harvard Law School. Prior to law school, he worked for years as a computer programmer and an IBM Marketing Representative.


Erika Collins is a partner in the Labor & Employment Law Department and co-head of the International Labor & Employment Law Group. Erika advises and counsels multinational public and private companies on a wide range of cross-border employment and human resources matters throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia.

Erika represents U.S. and non-U.S. employers in all aspects of company growth and restructuring, from office openings, executive hires and workforce expansions to company downsizing, employment terminations, mass layoffs and office closures. She advises clients on preparing competitive employment packages and agreements, such as separation, expatriate and consulting agreements, that are compliant with local laws, as well as on payroll, benefits and vacation issues. Erika regularly conducts multi-country audits of employment laws and practices in order to provide advice to clients regarding compliance with data privacy, fixed term contracts, outsourcing, and working time and leave regulations among numerous other issues.

Erika has helped numerous companies comply with EU data privacy regulations, as well as other similarly onerous non-US data privacy regulations. She has conducted data privacy training for dozens of employers and her expertise in employee-related data privacy challenges spans the globe.

Additionally, Erika advises employers on sexual harassment and other misconduct allegations. She also is experienced in conducting due diligence on international subsidiaries and advising on applicable business transfer laws and employee transition issues in cross-border M&A transactions.

Erika is the editor of The Employment Law Review (7th Edition), which covers employment laws in 48 countries as well as three cross border chapters on M&A, Global Diversity and Social Media. In addition to authoring numerous articles on international employment topics, Erika is a regular speaker at the International Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Topics on which she has written and spoken recently include: “Cross-Border Transfers of Executives,” “Global Mobility Issues for Multi-Nationals,” “Employment Issues in Cross-Border M&A Transactions,” “The Landscape of Issues in International Employment Law,” “Global Diversity Programs,” “The Intersection of EU Privacy and Anti-Discrimination Laws,” and “Cross-Border Investigations.”

Memberships

International Bar Association (Senior Vice-Chair of the Industrial Relations and Employment Law Committee)

American Bar Association's Section of International Law,
International Employment Law Committee (Former Chair)

Housing + Solutions (Advisory Board Member)

XBHR (Member, Former Board Member)

Awards & Recognition

Chambers USA: New York: Labor & Employment 2007-2016

Best Lawyers in America, Labor and Employment Law 2010-2016

The Legal 500 United States: Labor & Employment: Workplace & Employment Counseling 2013, 2015-2016

Lexology Client Choice Award: Labor & Employment 2016

Euromoney: 2015 Americas Women in Business Law: Best in Labor & Employment

New York Super Lawyers 2007-2015

The International Who’s Who of Management, Labour & Employment Lawyers 2007-2013

Related Practices

International Labor & Employment

Non-Compete & Trade Secrets

Strategic Corporate Planning

Whistleblowing & Retaliation

French & EU Labor and Employment Law

Hiring & Background Checks

Mergers & Acquisitions

Privacy & Data Security

Higher Education

Education

University of California, Davis, School of Law, J.D., 1994

Brown University, A.B., 1988

Admissions & Qualifications

New York

California

District of Columbia


George Kimball is a member of the outsourcing and technology practice at Wiggin and Dana LLP.

Before joining his present firm, he was an Associate General Counsel at HP, where his responsibilities included negotiation of major outsourcing engagements; teaching, training and practice tools for HP lawyers, sales executives and account executives; and legal support for cloud and security businesses.

Earlier in his career, he spent more than 30 years in private practice in California, including partnerships at Latham & Watkins, Arnold & Porter, Baker & McKenzie and a Los Angeles technology boutique, Kimball & Weiner LLP.

Since the early 1990s, he has advised clients concerning contracts to outsource information technology and business processes in a wide range of industries. He is author of Outsourcing Agreements: A Practical Guide (Oxford 2010). He has been ranked as a leading outsourcing lawyer by Chambers Global, Chambers USA and Legal 500.

A native of Southern California and resident of Ann Arbor, Michigan, George is a graduate of UCLA, University College London and the University of Michigan Law School, where he teaches as an adjunct lecturer. He is a member of the Bar in California, Michigan and New York and has been admitted to practice before the US Supreme Court.


John Hamlin is Chief Counsel, Employment, Benefits and Governance for Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., one of the world’s leading professional services firms with over 60,000 employees in approximately 90 countries.  The firm’s operating companies include Marsh, Mercer, Guy Carpenter, and Oliver Wyman.  Prior to joining Marsh & McLennan, he was Of Counsel with the law firm of Paul, Hastings Janofsky & Walker LLP.  While in private practice, he represented employers in all aspects of labor and employment law, before various state and federal courts and administrative agencies, and provided advice on an array of personnel-related issues.  Mr. Hamlin served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable B. Avant Edenfield, Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia in Savannah.

Mr. Hamlin is a fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.  He has published various articles on employment law and has presented at numerous seminars on assorted employment-related topics.  In 2014 he was recognized as one of The Legal 500’s GC Powerlist “Corporate Counsel 100: Rising Stars,” which recognizes leading in-house lawyers for innovation, quality and excellence.  He was selected by the International Law Office and the Association of Corporate Counsel as the recipient of the 2015 ILO Global Counsel Award for Employment Counsel of the Year.  He is the recipient of a 2016 First Chair Award for Top Employment Counsel.   

Mr. Hamlin earned a J.D. with honors from the University of Connecticut School of Law, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Connecticut Journal of International Law


Marcelo Halpern is the firmwide co-chair of Perkins Coie’s Technology Transactions and Privacy practice group.  His practice focuses on complex commercial transactions involving the development, deployment and distribution of technology in a wide variety of industries.

Marcelo counsels multinational FORTUNE 100 companies, startups, emerging growth companies, governments and nonprofits on structuring and negotiating collaboration, development, distribution, license and service agreements.  He provides practical counsel in connection with emerging technologies, including those related to big data analytics, artificial intelligence, fintech and blockchain, internet of things, smart cities, mobile, cloud computing and “as a service” platforms, hardware and e-commerce, as well as the overall interplay of interoperability, industry standards and IP licensing approaches.  He has a strong focus on complex strategic alliances and licensing transactions, outsourcing and ERP implementation, digital strategies—including open source licensing, data security, data use and privacy issues—and other marketing and distribution strategies.

He regularly works with clients in the blockchain industry, advising on technology and platform issues, structuring token offerings, digital currency issues, tokenization of assets, and the development and operation of blockchain based collaborative platforms.  He also has advised on the formation of various blockchain consortiums, including the Enterprise Ethereum Alliance, that develop blockchain platforms in specific industries and create industry standards.

Marcelo was honored by U.S. News - Best Lawyers as the Chicago “Lawyer of the Year” in the technology law category and has been listed since 2004 as one of “America’s Best Lawyers” for technology law by Chambers USA in its annual guide of leading business lawyers.

Outside of his legal practice, Marcelo serves on the board of directors for Youth Guidance, an organization offering school-based programs that empower youth in Chicago to succeed in school and in life.  He also serves on the board of directors for the Lawyers Trust Fund of Illinois supporting civil legal aid services to the underserved.  Marcelo previously served as president of the board of directors for Illinois Legal Aid Online, a trailblazing platform connecting people to the resources they need to resolve their legal problems and interact with the legal system when they cannot find or afford a lawyer.


Primary Areas of Practice: Management Consulting / Outsourcing

Work History: KPMG, AT&T & Technology Partners, International

Richard Maroney is a founding Managing Partner of ThinkSolutions, Inc.  Richard has 27 years of IT outsourcing, business process outsourcing and financial experience.  He has extensive expertise structuring, negotiating, implementing and managing multi-billion dollar outsourcing relationships.  Rounding out his outsourcing expertise, Richard also has significant experience in financial management, resource staffing and planning, asset sales, and contractual terminations.  Richard’s onshore and offshore projects have spanned Applications Development & Maintenance, IT Infrastructure & Help Desk, Billing & Customer Care, Finance & Accounting, and Check Processing.  He has worked in the Media & Entertainment, Telecommunications, Transportation, Manufacturing, Energy, Financial Services and Real Estate industries.  Prior to forming ThinkSolutions, Richard was an outsourcing specialist at TPI for 8 years and at AT&T for 13 years where he held various leadership positions (including CFO for Service Engineering and Development), managed outsourcing service providers and implemented major accounting systems.  Before joining AT&T, Richard was with KPMG and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Professional Memberships: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants


Primary Areas of Practice:  Barbra’s primary areas of practice are Commercial transactions, contracts and business counsel.   Barbra currently manages a legal team supporting Caterpillar’s Global Supply Network Division, Global Information Services Division, Human Services Division and the Corporate Real Estate group.  Barbra’s previous experience at Caterpillar has included serving as Caterpillar’s lead Antitrust Compliance Counsel, Asia Pacific Counsel working in Singapore, Mergers & Acquisitions counsel and providing support for marketing, distribution, direct sales, logistics and procurement business units.    Caterpillar is the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial turbines and diesel-electric locomotives.  Caterpillar has more than 116,000 employees, major operations facilities in more than 20 countries, 178 independent dealers across the globe and there are over three million Cat products at work around the world.

Law School/Graduate School:  Pace University School of Law, J.D. (1995); Bradley University, MBA (2003)

Work History:  Practiced in law firms in the New York City and Long Island prior to joining Caterpillar in 2000

Professional Memberships:  Admitted to the Bar in Illinois, New York and Connecticut;  Member of the ABA, Illinois Bar Association and New York Bar Association.


Primary Areas of Practice:  Technology transactions, outsourcing, privacy / security

Law School/Graduate School:  University of Georgia School of Law

Work History:  Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, Alston & Bird

Professional Memberships:  Board of the Technology Law Committee of the IBA


Rebecca Eisner is a member of the Global Management Committee for the firm and previously served as a member of the Global Partnership Board and as Partner-in-Charge of the Chicago office.  She has over 25 years of experience representing clients in hundreds of matters in three main areas: outsourcing, emerging technologies, and data privacy and security.

In outsourcing, Rebecca has represented clients in many industries in complex global technology and business process outsourcing transactions of all types. She also has experience with re-structuring and re-negotiating outsourcing transactions, in-sourcing, managing acquisitions and divestitures in outsourcing transactions, and termination of outsourcing arrangements, and other strategic sourcing relationships. In emerging technologies, Rebecca has advised clients negotiating with emerging technology providers on private and public cloud SaaS, PaaS and IaaS agreements and on appropriate regulatory, risk management, privacy, data protection, data use and analytics and licensing terms for cloud contracts. She has also represented clients in data acquisition and data analytics agreements. In traditional technology transactions, Rebecca has extensive experience in software development, robotic process automation and artificial intelligence agreements, database licensing and use agreements, ERP implementations, systems integrations, hosting and data center agreements and hardware acquisition and maintenance agreements. In security and data privacy, Rebecca regularly advises clients in global data transfers and privacy issues, privacy assessments, privacy compliance, and appropriate security and privacy measures in supply chain and third party contracting. She also advises on e-commerce issues, such as electronic contracting and signatures, and web site design and review. Rebecca is recognized as one of the leading lawyers in the outsourcing field by Chambers Global (“1” ranking in Outsourcing), Chambers USA (“1” ranking in “Nationwide: Outsourcing” and “Illinois: Technology & IT Outsourcing”) and Legal 500 (recognized in “Technology Outsourcing”). Best Lawyers named Rebecca as its Chicago Technology Lawyer of the Year for 2015. Profiles in Diversity Journal have named her a “Woman Worth Watching”.


John Delaney advises clients ranging from startups to FORTUNE 500 companies on licensing, intellectual property and technology-related matters. John’s experience includes negotiating complex IT and business process outsourcing contracts and service level agreements, joint ventures, software and content development agreements and licenses and similar transactions. John routinely advises clients on matters relating to social media, mobile apps, cloud computing, AI, big data analytics, smart contracts, blockchain and other emerging technologies. 

John also assists clients in identifying online liability issues and developing risk-reduction strategies, including in connection with data scraping, online marketing campaigns, user-generated content, voice platforms and interactive products and services.   

In the media space, John has extensive experience with the licensing of music, TV, film and other content for transmitting, streaming or downloading through traditional distribution channels and online platforms. 

In the social media space, John is highly knowledgeable of the rapidly evolving law of social media, social influencers and interactive marketing. He drafts and helps implement social media policies and guidelines, advises on compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and Communications Decency Act (CDA) safe harbors, and assists with online tracking and issues in connection with corporate blogs, third-party social media platforms and mobile applications.

John is a frequent author, blogger and lecturer on technology and intellectual property law developments.


Mike supervises a team of lawyers that facilitate ease of doing business in deal shaping and negotiations with clients in North America. Responsibilities include supervising and occasionally participating in the drafting and negotiating of technology and business process licensing, outsourcing, reseller, confidentiality and numerous other types of agreements with commercial and public-sector entities; antitrust analysis; dealing with issues pertaining to employment and contract law, intellectual property, general corporate, mergers and acquisition, and tax; supervising outside counsel on contracting matters.  Mike is also the legal department’s lead for legal community in North America.

Prior to joining Accenture in 2005, Mike held various positions in IBM’s legal department.  His responsibilities included antitrust analysis, contract drafting and negotiation of all types of customer and supplier contracts, dealing with issues pertaining to employment law, intellectual property, general corporate, mergers and acquisition and tax and supervising outside counsel on litigation.

Mike received a BA from St. John’s University in 1982 and graduated from St. John’s University School of Law in 1985, where he was a St. Thomas More Scholar and a published member and editor of the Law Review. 

Mike has volunteered with various charitable groups, including the Maryknoll Lay Missioners (http://www.mklm.org/) in Bolivia, Bangladesh, El Salvador, and Nepal, and Mike serves on the Board of Directors of MKLM. Mike is also on the Board of Directors of Search for Change, (http://www.searchforchange.org/), a nonprofit organization that has been a pioneer in the mental health community for more than 35 years with a reputation for providing quality rehabilitative services to individuals with mental illness. Mike is also an elected official who sits on the Board of Finance for the town of New Fairfield CT.


Mr. George practices international commercial law and regularly advises clients, both on the buyer and supplier side, on domestic and multi-jurisdictional sourcing and supply transactions, and complex business services transactions involving procurement, human resources, finance and accounting and engineering services. Mr. George is a recognized leader in the areas of outsourcing, system design and implementation, licensing, cloud contracting, robotic process automation, Internet of Things and other disruptive technologies. He regularly advises clients on the issues these technologies raise, both domestically and from a global perspective. Mr. George also helps clients manage the complex intellectual property and data rights issues that these technologies raise.

Practice focus

Mr. George advises clients in the areas of cross-border and domestic sourcing and supply transactions, data and technology transfers and licensing transactions.

Representative clients, cases or matters

SaaS Agreements - Represented technology services provider with respect to international structure and drafting of template cloud contracting and storage services agreements.

Cloud Computing - Represented Fortune 50 medical products and pharmaceutical distribution company with respect to template SaaS contracts and playbook for reviewing and negotiating third party service provider contracts for cloud based solutions.

System Procurement and Implementation - Represented chemical company with respect to procurement and implementation of global enterprise resource planning system, including structuring pricing and liquidated damages provisions to align incentives of provider and client.

Digital Platform - Advised global energy company on regulatory compliance, privacy, security and contractual issues related to digital supply chain platform.

Education

Northwestern University School of Law (J.D., cum laude) (1997)

University of Michigan (B.A.) (1992)

Admission

Illinois~United States (1997)


William A. Tanenbaum is recognized as one of the Who’s Who Legal “Thought Leaders Global Elite” and is ranked in top tiers by ChambersLegal500Best Lawyers and Who’s Who Legal in technology, outsourcing, IP and data law.  Bill is a shareholder in the 40-lawyer Technology Transactions & Data Privacy Practice at Polsinelli, an AmLaw 100 firm with 850 lawyers in 22 cities.  He is the Practice Co-Chair of the Health Care Technology & Innovation Group, which is the second largest of its kind in the country.  Polsinelli was named as the 2018 Health Care Firm of the Year by US News & World Report, and its Health Care Practice is the largest in the country.  

Bill’s practice includes the Industrial Internet of Things, Body Area Networks, AI, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and data analytics, including data generated by networks of sensors and created by machines, as well as technology and IP transactions, and he leads teams that serve as IP counsel and as health care counsel in technology and M&A transactions.  Health Care is an early adopter of IoT and data analytics, and clients call upon Bill to use leading practices from that industry in other industries.  

Bill is a past President of the International Technology Law Association and was previously named as the IT Lawyer of the Year in New York by US News & World Report.  Clients and legal researchers find that “he has expertise in technology transactions that puts him at the very top tier of the market [and] he is a font of knowledge on creating new IT structures,” (Who’s Who Legal) and “that he brings extremely high integrity, a deep intellect, fearlessness and a practical, real-world mindset to every problem,” “provides savvy, zealous representation,” and understands the market and uses his expertise to help [clients] successfully navigate negotiations” (Chambers).  Bill is a graduate of Brown University (Phi Beta Kappa), Cornell Law School and the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving.

 


DAVID M. ROSS is an assistant general counsel with the Intellectual Property and Global Technology Unit of the General Corporate Law Section at MetLife.  David’s responsibilities focus on global strategic IT issues including intercompany platform development and integration, IT security and cybersecurity, IT policies and standards, business and technology process migration, and telecommunications matters.  He also has extensive experience in negotiating complex third-party outsourcing agreements, as well as software licenses, data licenses, and other forms of vendor agreements.

He has been on the faculty of the Practicing Law Institute in prior years, was the founding chair of the Committee on Telecommunications Law of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and also served as the Association’s Administrative Law Committee chair.

Prior to MetLife, David had various legal positions at Lehman Brothers, Guardian Life, Kramer, Levin and Fried, Frank.

David received his B.A. from the University of Illinois, an M.A. in political philosophy from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and his J.D. from the NYU School of Law.


David Rabinowitz is co-head of the Litigation Department and a member of the Intellectual Property Department and Legal Ethics and Law Firm Practice Department at Moses & Singer, where he has been a partner since 1985.  He handles civil commercial cases of all kinds and in particular both litigates and advises clients on financial industry and intellectual property matters.  He is a frequent speaker on ethical issues concerning negotiations.  Mr. Rabinowitz has appeared in state and federal courts and in arbitrations throughout the United States.

Mr. Rabinowitz has lectured and participated on panels before the Bar Association of the City of New York, the American Bar Association, the Practicing Law Institute, the Institute of International Banking Law, the Copyright Society of the United States, the New Jersey Intellectual Property Law Association, the National Association of Recording Manufacturers, the Licensing International annual convention, the Professional Education Broadcast Network and the Massachusetts Software Council.  He has taught Copyright Law at Seton Hall Law School.  He is a member and former trustee of the Copyright Society of the United States.  Mr. Rabinowitz has published numerous articles which have appeared in Advertising Age, Entertainment Law Reporter, The Entertainment Publishing and the Arts Handbook, The Bulletin of the Copyright Society of the United States American Lawyer's Corporate Counsel Magazine and The Practical Lawyer.

Education

  • Columbia University School of Law, J.D., 1976, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, 1973-1976
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, S.B., 1972

Articles

  • "New York Resolves In-House Counsel Bar Admission Problem"
  • "Up Close and Professional with New York’s Engagement Letter Rules"
  • "Communications Decency Act"
  • "Non-Traditional Fee Arrangements and Doing Business with Clients"
  • "Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About the Copyright Act Before 1909"
  • "Web Site Story 6-Breakaway Employees Beware"
  • "Web Site Story 5-Emerging Limits to Out-of-State Jurisdiction over Web Sites"
  • "Web Site Story 4-Nationwide Internet Jurisdiction is not Ended by Blue Note"
  • "Web Site Story 3-The Emerging Tort of Domain Name Infringement"
  • "Web Site Story 2-Finding Yourself Subject to Jurisdiction Far, Far Away"
  • "Web Site Story-A Legal Primer for Web Site Owners and Designers"
  • "Copyright Preemption: New York State's Erroneous Interpretation"
  • "Copyright and Trademark Infringement: Current Techniques for Plaintiffs and Defendants"

Presentations – (last 10 years - most recent year for series)

  • 2017 Practicing Law Institute program, "Ethics for the Negotiating Lawyer"
  • 2017 Practicing Law Institute program, "Advanced Licensing Agreements"
  • 2016 Institute of International Banking Law Standby and Guaranty Forum and Law Summit, “Recent Letter of Credit Cases”
  • 2016 Practicing Law Institute program, "Understanding The Intellectual Property License"
  • 2016 New Jersey Intellectual Property Law Association, “Cases in Negotiation Ethics”
  • 2015 Practicing Law Institute program, “Outsourcing 2015: Sourcing Critical Services”
  • 2014, 2012, 2007 Copyright Society of the U.S.A., “Show Me the Money: The Essentials of Valuation of Copyrights in Transactions and Litigation,” "Basic Ethics for the Negotiating Lawyer," "Non-Traditional Fee Arrangements and Doing Business with Clients"
  • 2013 National Association of Recording Manufacturers, “Negotiation Ethics”
  • 2010 Professional Education Broadcast Network, “Ethics in Negotiations”
  • 2008 Licensing International - "Winning Ethics in Licensing"
  • 2007 Practicing Law Institute program, "Internet Law Institute"
  • 2007 CMJ Music Marathon and Film Festival, “Games Without Frontiers”
  • 2001-2004 Adjunct Professor, Copyright Law, Seton Hall Law School


Dina Ganz Traugot is Associate Group General Counsel and Chief Contracts Counsel at Travelers.  As the head of the Contracts and Technology Legal Group, Dina leads a team of lawyers and paralegals who have responsibility for advising on various mobile, social media, website, cloud, open source, outsourcing and other technology legal issues, as well as structuring and negotiating technology, data/content licensing, marketing and many other types of deals.  Prior to joining Travelers, Dina was Associate General Counsel at Moody’s Corporation, with responsibility for global vendor contracts, intellectual property and privacy.  Dina also served as VP and Technology Counsel at Lehman Brothers; Director, Business & Legal Affairs at A&E Television; Counsel at Dow Jones; and Associate at Debevoise & Plimpton.  Dina graduated with an A.B. from Brown University and a J.D. from Yale Law School.


Lynn Lugo is a Senior Corporate Attorney with QuintilesIMS, a leading integrated information and technology-enabled healthcare provider with approximately 50,000 employees conducting worldwide operations in more than 100 countries. 

Lynn joined QuintilesIMS in 2010 and is the lead technology transactions Attorney heading up the company’s global technology transactions practice providing support to corporate functions and commercial teams across the globe. She works with executives in support of strategic initiatives involving technology transactions and manages all legal aspects of technology transactions with providers, vendors and strategic partners.

Prior to joining QuintilesIMS, Lynn practiced with several top national law firms including Morgan Lewis and Dewey & LeBoeuf. She received her B.A. in Political, Legal and Economic Analysis from Mills College and a J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), where she was an Editor for the Berkeley Technology Law Journal.  Lynn is licensed in NJ and FL and is a member of the ABA.

Lynn speaks Spanish, Russian, German and French, and served in the US Army, Military Intelligence Corps.


Michael Mensik is a partner with Baker & McKenzie LLP and a founding member of the firm’s Global Information Technology/Communications Law practice. Ranked as a leading Technology and Outsourcing attorney by Chambers, Mr. Mensik is described as “an expert in a variety of topics and knows the best person in every office around the world for your situation.” In 2009, he was inducted into the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals’ “Outsourcing Hall of Fame.”

Mr. Mensik was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and resided in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, until 1964. He attended Stanford University (B.A., Economics, with distinction, 1976) and the University of California at Berkeley, Boalt Hall (J.D. and M.A., Economics, 1980). While a student, Mr. Mensik attended Pontificia Universidad Católica del Per? in Lima, Peru. He spent several years working at the firm's Madrid office in the 1980's. He is admitted to practice law in Illinois.


Gregg is currently the Global Head of Regulatory Relations, Compliance & Legal in Group Sourcing at UBS AG.  Previously, he was the Global Head of Outsourcing Legal, as well as the Americas regional lead for Data Management, Privacy, and IP litigation,  and served as the head of legal for UBS's captive service center in Nashville. Prior to joining UBS, Gregg practiced in the Patent and Litigation groups at Proskauer Rose in NY.  Gregg holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Applied Mathematics from the University of Buffalo, and a J.D. from the George Washington University.  He is admitted to practice in NY and TN, and is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.