We understand how information-use business models and how information flow generates revenue for our clients. Our lawyers have extensive experience in technology, banking and finance, consumer protection, employment, international law, intellectual property, health care, and litigation. In addition, our lawyers have hands-on business experience that enables us to provide strategic business consulting on all aspects of information policy, including privacy, information security, and records management.
We play an important role in the development of public policy regarding the future regulation of cyber issues and are recognized as authorities in the field. For example, we have offered commentary on U.S. federal legislation, lectured internationally, written comprehensive, scholarly articles on cyber topics, and been quoted in media reports addressing cyber issues. In addition, the group chair has been designated as a Fulbright Specialist in the area of how technology impacts the law, created and teaches an innovative law school course on the topic, and founded and contributes to a blog that monitors cyber and data privacy initiatives and policies that emanate from The Office of the President of the United States, eWhite House Watch.