Clark Hill Attorney John L. Hines, Jr. Named Board Chair of the Erikson Institute
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill attorney John L. Hines, Jr. has been named Board Chair of the Erikson Institute, a graduate school in early childhood development. Hines will lead the non-profit’s 35 member board to ensure all children have equitable opportunities to reach their potential through education, research, service to children and families, and advocacy. Hines has served on the board as a Trustee for 17 years.
A member of Clark Hill’s Intellectual Property Group, Hines works with clients seeking to realize value from intellectual property, technology, and information assets through licenses, joint 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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