DLA Piper appoints Manter to its technology, sourcing and commercial practice
DLA Piper has announced that Gregory Manter has joined the firm as partner in the technology, sourcing and commercial practice. He focuses his practice on technology transactions and strategic sourcing matters, including business process and IT outsourcing, ERP and systems integration.
He joins DLA Piper from Mayer Brown, where he was partner in the firm’s Chicago’s office. At DLA Piper, Manter will play a key role in expanding the national scope of the strategic sourcing practice.
Manter, who has been named to National Law Journal’s ‘40 Under 40 Chicago Rising Stars’ list, earned a JD from Duke University School of Law, where he also received an LLM in international law, and a BA from the University of Virginia with distinction.
Chambers USA has ranked Manter as an ‘up-and-coming’ lawyer, stating that he ‘maintains a broad practice, offering experience in a range of outsourcing and licensing transactions, and is particularly renowned for his prowess in the cloud computing arena’.
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