Clark Hill Attorney and Erikson Institute Vice Chair John L. Hines, Jr. Present for Chicago City Council’s Honoring of Institute’s 50th Anniversary
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill attorney and Erikson Institute Vice Chair John L. Hines, Jr. was present at the Chicago City Council meeting on November 9, 2016 where a resolution was presented congratulating Erikson on its 50th Anniversary. Erikson celebrated its Anniversary on November 14 at a luncheon with over 700 attendees at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Chicago; Hines hosted a table sponsored by Clark Hill.
Erikson Institute focuses on early childhood – educating, serving, and leading with a far-ranging impact to improve the lives of young children, families, and communities.
Hines is a member of Clark Hill’s Intellectual Property Practice Group and focuses on IP and technology transactions. He works with clients seeking to realize value from intellectual property, technology, and information assets through licenses, join ventures, M&A and other types of transactions. He also helps clients develop legally compliant information management policies and practices relating to data protection, cybersecurity, social media, and generally to the dissemination of content in an electronic environment.
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