2010 World Technology Law Conference & Annual Meeting
May 20–21, 2010 • Boston, Massachusetts, USA • The Charles Hotel
Lukas Morscher is head of the IT, Telecoms and Media practice in the Zurich office of Lenz & Staehelin. He holds a Masters in Economics (1987), a Masters in Law (1990) and a Doctorate in Law (1992). Admitted to the Bar in 1994, he started practising law in Switzerland and also worked as attorney in a US law firm from 1996 to 1997.
His practice focuses on TMT matters including corporate and M&A transactions in these industries. Lukas advises regularly on international and domestic transactions. His expertise involves a wide range of transactional and regulatory work in technology, media and telecoms, such as outsourcings, ASP, hosting and online services, e-commerce, broadcasting, convergence issues, ICT contracts and projects, public procurement, software development, licensing and distribution structures, strategic business alliances and joint ventures. Special focus is given to IT outsourcings and BPO transactions also in regulated industries including financial markets and telecommunications, global outsourcings of network communication and security services, telco network outsourcing and managed services for multinationals.
Lukas Morscher is a member of selected national and international associations of communications and technology law, and author of numerous publications in TMT and corporate law, including outsourcing, ICT contracts, software licensing and telecommunications. He is a frequent lecturer at seminars and conferences, and co-chair of ICT conferences of the University of St Gallen. He speaks German,
Lenz & Staehelin is a leading Swiss business law firm with more than 150 attorneys providing a full range of services. Its client base comprises foreign and Swiss-based multinationals as well as small and medium-sized enterprises. Lenz & Staehelin operates on both national and international level and has developed an extensive international network of correspondent law firms.