Editor's comment: Passage to India
When a law firm does it, heads are turned - but when a company does it, people really sit up and take notice. Microsoft's decision to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Rio Tinto by outsourcing a chunk of its in-house legal work to CPA Global's offshore operation in Delhi has added further momentum to one of the most talked-about trends of the last few years. The additional news that Rio Tinto's managing attorney Leah Cooper, the driving force behind the mining giant's offshore move, is to join CPA, makes it a pretty good news week for the outsourcing leader.
Microsoft’s CPA deal reboots debate over outsourcing
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