Scott W. Stevenson

Partner &
Outsourcing Practice Chair

Email : sstevenson@cm.law

Toll Free: 1-844-285-4263 ext. 776

Direct : 202-997-5547

Office : Washington, DC

Scott Stevenson represents clients with respect to their strategic enterprise transactions, including domestic and offshore sourcing and procurement initiatives, alliances and joint ventures, and acquisitions and divestitures. He has particular experience implementing technology, development, and procurement initiatives through information technology and business process outsourcing transactions and strategic alliances.

Mr. Stevenson is a very dedicated project manager that balances the need to delegate tasks with a strong desire to ensure deliverables arrive with the utmost quality. His reputation as a hard worker and a diligent attorney is a result of his dedication to building strong relationships that compliment his knowledge of outsourcing law to deliver positive and efficient results for his clients.

Mr. Stevenson’s experience crosses multiple industries, including health care, retail, financial services, travel and transportation, technology and media. He is a frequent speaker and author on sourcing- and technology-related issues and was recently recommended as a leading lawyer by Legal 500 US (2014).

 

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