Disaster Planning and Recovery: Dealing with Vendors and Suppliers
How does your business define disaster?
By nature and definition, disasters are unplanned and often unavoidable to an extent. In this white paper a disaster is defined as any unexpected and disruptive event that materially impacts the cost or difficulty of performance on the part of either or both the vendor or the customer. However, there are contractual means to avoid having the disaster event have an unnecessarily large disruptive impact after the event is over. Read this white paper for details on disaster planning and recovery, as well as exit strategies and transition planning.
25 years of experience with both negotiation of professional service contracts and litigation arising from such contracts
Tried approximately 50 cases to verdict or award in bench and jury trials, arbitrations, and other administrative proceedings
Has coordinated the legal strategies for close to 100 technology-based startup companies
Recognized by The Legal Intelligencer with the Lawyer on the Fast Track award, named as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyers Rising Star, and named to the SmartCEO's Legal Elite list
Featured legal commentator on Fox Business Network “Money for Breakfast” and CNBC “Power Lunch” segments
Selected published works include: "Technology Transactions and Effective Litigation Management," chapter, Inside the Minds: Technology Law Client Strategies, 2007; "Navigating the IT Outsourcing and Procurement Process," chapter, CIO Wisdom II: More Best Practices – Harris Kern Enterprise Computing Institute, 2006; and "Securing the Whole Enterprise: Business and Legal Issues," an article he co-wrote with Thomas Costello, IT Professional, 2006