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McDermott Will & Emery LLP

2501 NORTH HARWOOD STREET, SUITE 1900, DALLAS, TX, USA
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Work +1 214 295 8000
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Fax +1 972 232 3098

Jason Krieser

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www.mwe.com
McDermott Will & Emery LLP

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Technology: Outsourcing/ Corporate & Transactional/ Mergers & Acquisitions/ Technology & Commercial Transactions

Position

Partner Jason Krieser is the co-head of the Firm's Technology & Outsourcing Practice. He advises clients on all aspects of technology transactions, outsourcing matters, telecommunications and other complex commercial contracts. He is an internationally recognized advisor on outsourcing matters, including in relation to information technology (IT), business process and offshore issues. He also handles technology development and licensing matters, joint ventures, strategic alliances, manufacturing agreements, key supply and distribution agreements, other complex service agreements, Internet of Things (IoT) and e-commerce matters. He has handled cloud-computing transactions - such as software as a service (SaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) transactions - for customers and cloud-service providers since the birth of the cloud-computing industry in the early 2000s. Jason also has significant experience in advising clients regarding software audits and related negotiations and settlements. 

Please visit McDermott website for full biography:
https://www.mwe.com/en/team/k/krieser-jason-d


United States: Media, technology and telecoms

Outsourcing

Within: Outsourcing

The ‘very professional and pragmatic’ team at McDermott Will & Emery LLPswiftly and professionally’ handles outsourcing matters in the telecoms, healthcare and information technology industries. David Guedry, who divides his time between Dallas and Houston, advised the information technology services provider Unisys on a desktop service arrangement with what is now DXC Technologies. Dallas-based Heather S. Bethancourt advised Baptist Health of South Florida on the outsourcing of its revenue cycle management operations to Health Systems Solutions, a joint venture between the client and the management consultancy Navigant. The department is jointly headed by Shawn C. Helms and Jason D. Krieser, who are both based in Dallas.

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Technology transactions

Within: Technology transactions

Dallas-based Shawn C. Helms and Jason D. Krieser jointly head the team at McDermott Will & Emery LLP, which advises on outsourcing, licensing and cloud computing arrangements in the telecoms, IT, healthcare, social media and e-commerce sectors. Other contacts include David Guedry and Heather S. Bethancourt, also in Dallas, and Sarah T. Hogan, who practices in the firm's Boston office. Highlights have included advising Monsanto on an application development deal in connection with an IT outsourcing transaction, and acting for Baxalta in a research development collaboration with Precision BioSciences concerning the development and commercialization of a T-cell therapy. Other clients have included Motorola, Xerox Corporation and Finnair.

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