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Logan M. Parker
Logan M. Parker is an Associate in the Litigation group of the Firm's Chicago office.
Logan focuses his practice on a wide variety of legal matters relating to domestic and international privacy and cybersecurity laws (e.g. HIPAA, FCRA, GDPR), technology, IT contracts, the internet, big data, and cross-border data transfers (e.g. binding corporate rules, privacy shield, and standard contract clauses). He has experience in drafting global incident management and breach response procedures and test procedures, by providing staff training and executing table-top exercises for various international companies.
Logan also has experience in working alongside key business stakeholders including Data Protection Officers, General Counsels, and Chief Privacy Officers to draft and implement various policies and procedures related to data protection such as data subject rights, breach response, data classification, de-identification, and risk assessments. He has helped to implement new, or update existing, privacy assessment tools and procedures to better align with best practices and regulatory such as the Data Protection Impact Assessment listed in the General Data Protection Regulation.
Logan is a Certified Informational Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).
Logan is Certified in Healthcare Compliance (CHC).
- Co-author, "An Antiquated Perspective: Lifetime Ban for MSM Blood Donors No Longer Global Norm," 16 DePaul J. Health Care, L.21, 2014
- Co-author, "Tobacco Advertising Restrictions - Risky Policies with Noble Intentions: Lessons Learned from Lorillard v. Reilly and other Commercial Speech Jurisprudence," Respritory Health Association Publication, 2014
- Co-author, "Locally Mandated Tobacco Health Warnings: An Analysis of the Federal Preemption and Compelled Speech Considerations Surrounding Local Policies for Tobacco Health Warnings at the Point-of-Sale," Respiratory Health Association Publication, 2014
- Author, "Access to Medicaid for the Mentally Ill: PPACA's Effect on Payment of Mental Health Services," 21 Annals Health L. Advance Directive 100, 2011