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Amy Levin concentrates on complex corporate and commercial transactions, including large-scale IT and business-process outsourcing transactions, technology transactions, supply chain contracts, cross-border reorganizations and restructurings and other types of commercial contracts.  Amy has particular expertise in the technology sector and has represented clients ranging from Fortune 10 companies to small-to-medium size enterprises and everything in between.  She represents clients on both the customer and vendor sides of a wide range of technology transactions and contracts, including cloud agreements (SaaS, PaaS and Iaas), proptech agreements, software licensing agreements, application development and maintenance agreements, software development agreements, contracts involving AI / machine learning capabilities and many others. 

Amy works primarily with clients in the real estate, financial services, technology and retail industries, and has deep knowledge of the unique issues that clients in these industries face when contracting in the technology space.  In addition, Amy’s experience representing some of the largest technology companies in the world also gives her a unique perspective into “market standard” terms and enables her to negotiate all types of technology transactions quickly and efficiently, focusing on the key terms, issues and practical considerations that matter for her clients.

Amy  is also uniquely qualified to handle international commercial contract matters, and routinely advises US multi-national companies on their contracting strategies and terms in jurisdictions spanning North America, EMEA and APAC.  Finally, she also helps multi-national clients design contract toolkits, templates and playbooks – which reduces the cycle time of contract negotiations significantly and enables customers to implement consistent, strong terms across different types of contracts and across different regions.

Amy earned her J.D. magna cum laude from Valparaiso University School of Law, where she served as the executive editor of publications of the Valparaiso University School of Law Review.  She graduated from Marquette University with a B.S. in finance. 

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