Mark P. Ressler and Thomas Kelly Co-Author “Why ERP Implementations Fail: A Litigator’s Perspective”
Kasowitz partners Mark P. Ressler and Thomas Kelly have co-authored “Why ERP Implementations Fail: A Litigator’s Perspective,” published in CIO Review. In the article, the authors discuss the root causes of why enterprise resource planning implementations sometimes fail and how prudent CIOs can safeguard against common project risks and take steps to seek legal remedies if they occur.
Mark P. Ressler, partner at Kasowitz Benson Torres, is a nationally recognized litigator and trial lawyer who has established the country’s leading practice devoted to representing companies and government entities facing the business disruption and financial losses caused by failed implementations of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) business software. His pioneering work in technology litigation has earned him distinction as a National Law Journal “Trailblazer” and a Financial Times “Innovative Lawyer.”
Thomas Kelly, partner at Kasowitz Benson Torres, has extensive experience representing hedge funds, private equity firms, real estate developers, tech companies, non-profits, municipalities and individuals in a broad range of complex commercial litigation matters, including ERP disputes.