Milt Petersen is a partner in HunterMaclean’s information technology and outsourcing practice group. He is a leading information technology attorney with wide-ranging experience in the areas of information technology, outsourcing, and health care technology.
Milt’s practice covers all types of information technology-related transactions, including outsourcing, ERP, and systems integration transactions; information technology consulting and support services agreements; telecommunications services and equipment contracts; software development and technology licensing/acquisition deals; e-commerce and Internet-related issues; and privacy and confidentiality concerns.
Specifically with regard to health care technology transactions, Milt has helped clients negotiate a wide array of different types of agreements with vendors large and small, including licensing of health information systems; subscription agreements for cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) systems; outsourcing of revenue cycle management, food and nutrition management, housekeeping management services, and clinical technology management services; agreements with group purchasing organizations; and agreements for participation in state-wide health information exchanges.
Prior to attending law school, Milt worked for over ten years as a computer and network performance consultant in the information technology industry. His background and experience with technology give him a unique perspective and in-depth understanding of the issues relating to information technology transactions.
Before joining HunterMaclean, Milt was a partner at a major law firm in Chicago, where he counseled public and private sector clients on a wide variety of IT-related transactions and issues. His clients have ranged from technology start-ups, to Fortune 100 companies, to various public sector entities.
Milt graduated cum laude in 2000 from the University of Michigan Law School, where he served as executive technology editor of the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review. Milt also has an M.S. from the University of Minnesota and a B.S. from Iowa State University.