Clark Hill Attorney John L. Hines, Jr. Moderated a Panel at the Enterprise Mobility & Wireless Seminars ™
CHICAGO, IL –
Clark Hill attorney John L. Hines, Jr. moderated a panel at the Enterprise Mobility & Wireless Seminars ™ titled, “What Does Enterprise Mobility Mean for IT?” The seminar took place on Thursday, September 27, 2012 at the Milwaukee Athletic Club in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The seminar discussed:
Hines concentrates his practice in the areas of intellectual property, technology licensing, technology procurement and outsourcing, cloud computing, electronic commerce and information management. He regularly counsels clients on technology and computer-driven liability. He also advises businesses on policies and practices relating to data protection, document retention, reputation management, social media, and generally to the dissemination of content in an electronic environment. He teaches Internet law and Intellectual Property at Northwestern University School of Law and speaks and writes regularly on legal issues related to technology and the online environment.
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