Clark Hill Attorneys John L. Hines, Jr. and Jennifer Woods Published an Article in Westlaw Journal - March 28, 2013
CHICAGO – Clark Hill Attorneys John L. Hines, Jr. and Jennifer Woods published an article in the Westlaw Journal Computer & Internet titled “The FTC and Mobile Security.”
The article analyzes the Federal Trade Commission’s recent report on mobile privacy and explains the key points for industry stakeholders.
Westlaw Journal Computer and Internet follows lawsuits and developments arising from the use of the Internet for business and recreation, as well as cases involving computer hardware and software. It helps readers stay up-to-date in this quickly changing area. Each issue covers cases and developments involving intellectual property, national and international jurisdiction issues, antitrust, Internet regulation, computer crime, or privacy issues, including issues arising from the increasing use of social media.
Hines is a partner at Clark Hill PLC, where he concentrates his practice in the areas of intellectual property and licensing, Internet law and e-commerce, software applications (including open source licensing), cloud computing and information management. John regularly counsels clients on privacy and data security compliance, document retention policies and practices, reputation management and social media. He has taught 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.
Woods practices primarily in the areas of intellectual property, including trademark, copyright and licensing matters, and Internet and e-commerce, with a particular emphasis on privacy and data security.
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