Aaron Oser is the firmwide leader of the law firm's Global Sourcing practice. Pillsbury’s Global Sourcing practice is the largest customer focused sourcing practice in the world with over 75 professionals, providing integrated legal and consulting services.
Mr. Oser devotes a significant portion of his practice to counseling clients on large-scale, complex strategic information technology and business process outsourcing, transformational outsourcing, development, integration, facilities management and telecommunications transactions. He has negotiated and documented a wide variety of technology-related transactions including information technology, business process and transformational outsourcing arrangements; turn-key system acquisition and systems integration agreements; software licensing, development, maintenance and distribution contracts; multimedia agreements; professional services arrangements; and hardware acquisition and maintenance agreements. Mr. Oser has undertaken numerous high-profile technology transactions, including major outsourcings for American Express, Goodyear, Starwood, Educational Testing Service and the Toronto-Dominion Bank. Mr. Oser’s six years of prior experience as a systems analyst and director for an information services department of the Office of the Mayor of New York City provides him with unique perspectives on technology transactions. Mr. Oser has substantial experience representing both technology consumers and vendors. Mr. Oser speaks frequently on structuring complex outsourcing arrangements.
- Chambers USA, Outsourcing—National (2007-2016), Technology & IT Outsourcing—DC (2006-2016)
- Chambers Global, Outsourcing—USA (2009-2015)
- Legal 500 US, Outsourcing (2008-2015)
- PLC Which Lawyer?, Outsourcing—National (2008-2009, 2011-2012)
American Bar Association; New York Bar Association
New York Law Journal, May 10, 1999, Co-Authored by David H. Rutchik, 10-May-1999