2007

Outsourcing to India — A Legal Handbook

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ISBN: 978-3-540-72219-9 (Print) 978-3-540-72220-5 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIX

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    Pages 1-13

    Background and snapshot of key issues

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    Pages 15-22

    Outsourcing fundamentals

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    Pages 23-24

    Attitudes to outsourcing worldwide

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    Pages 25-32

    Selecting an outsourcing service provider

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    Pages 33-36

    The Indian judicial system

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    Pages 37-53

    Critical contract considerations — jurisdiction issues

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    Pages 55-67

    Allocation of risk into the contract

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    Pages 69-71

    Project management

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    Pages 73-80

    Contract discharge and methods to reduce liability

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    Pages 81-84

    Pricing

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    Pages 85-87

    Transition-in and change control

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    Pages 89-92

    Scope of services to be outsourced

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    Pages 93-103

    Service Level Agreements

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    Pages 105-109

    Contract enforcement

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    Pages 111-115

    Contract termination procedures

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    Pages 117-119

    Unenforceable contract terms under Indian legal system

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    Pages 121-136

    The EU Data Protection Directive 97/66/EC and related issues

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    Pages 137-145

    Intellectual property rights (IPR)

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    Pages 147-151

    Transferring employees as part of the outsourcing agreement

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    Pages 153-155

    Legal and regulatory risks

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