A spectacular smash-up always draws a crowd. In the outsourcing world, where the wreckage is nearly always kept under wraps, that’s even more true. When a problem deal does break into view, it’s always worth watching for lessons in how to manage — or how not to manage — these complex transactions. Counsel with responsibility for managing outsourcing relationships or contemplating new ones have two new cases to chew over that offer intriguing glimpses into troubled deals: a suit filed by Sprint Nextel against IBM in May, and an English case decided in June involving Vertex Data Sciences and its client Powergen.


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