Clark Hill Attorney Daniel T. Graham to Present “Navigating Legal Aspects of the Cloud: Protecting Your Company and Your Data” Webinar
Clark Hill attorney Daniel T. Graham will present “Navigating Legal Aspects of the Cloud: Protecting Your Company and Your Data” webinar, sponsored by PKWARE, Inc., a global leader in the development of compression and encryption software, on July 21, 2011 at 10 AM CT.
The webinar will discuss legal implications of taking your company’s data or infrastructure in the cloud, including addressing the Five key contract provisions for your cloud contracts.
This program is designed for CFOs, CIOs and IT Directors.
For registration and more information, please visit
is a member of Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group in the firm’s Chicago office, and is an adjunct member of the Corporate Practice Group. Graham has represented several clients relating to their complex commercial matters from products liability to fiduciary litigation, as well as business formation issues.
He has experience in developing e-commerce initiatives, negotiating and drafting custom-design software development and license agreements, web development, and hosting agreements, cloud computing, as well as large-scale ERP, CRM, SCM, BI, and ASP implementation agreements.
Dan also has extensive commercial litigation, arbitration, and mediation experience in the areas of custom software design, non-competition, trade secret, and software licenses. He was appointed a Special Attorney General for the State of Colorado to assist its Department of Education in the resolution of a major software license and implementation dispute.
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