Clark Hill Attorney John L. Hines Jr., Presented at a Webinar on "E-signatures: How the Law Is Handling This Modern Aspect of Contracting," Hosted by The American Bar Association
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill attorney, John L. Hines Jr., presented at a webinar on "E-signatures: How the Law Is Handling This Modern Aspect of Contracting," hosted by The American Bar Association on Thursday, August 28, 2014.
Hines was part of a panel that discussed legal and practical considerations involved in electronic transactions, with emphasis on the following:
- Select legal and regulatory issues
- Special issues involving consumer transactions
- Reconciling state and federal laws
- International issues
- Contracting in the Cloud
Hines is a member at Clark Hill, where he concentrates his practice in the areas of technology transactions, Internet law and e-commerce, software applications (including open-source licensing), cloud computing, and information management. Hines regularly counsels clients on privacy and data security compliance generally and specifically in the context of software as service transactions, cloud computing, M&A due diligence, mobile app development, and e-commerce generally.. He has taught courses in Internet law and Intellectual Property at Northwestern University School of Law and also lectures and writes regularly on legal issues related to speech, technology, and the online environment.
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