HunterMaclean Launches New Information Technology Practice Group

October 22, 2009

HunterMaclean recently launched a new Information Technology Practice Group. The Firm’s newest practice group provides clients with effective, practical and dynamic solutions to technology-related contracting and legal compliance needs.

“In recent years, our clients have demonstrated an increasing need for legal expertise in the field of information technology law,” said John M. Tatum, managing partner at HunterMaclean. “As a result, we have created a dedicated practice group that provides cutting-edge information technology solutions for our clients, from negotiating outsourcing and other technology contracts to developing electronic commerce service agreements.”

Under the leadership of acclaimed information technology attorney Diana J. P. McKenzie, the Information Technology Practice Group features attorneys with extensive experience in corporate law, business litigation and information technology law.

The practice group’s technology-related focus benefits a variety of clients in different industries and in various geographic locations. The group specializes in technology contracts, outsourcing contracts, systems integration, data privacy, strategic alliance, web hosting, electronic commerce, acquisition, licensing and service agreements.

Attorneys in the Information Technology Practice Group also stay on top of the latest developments in technology law and security-related regulations, advising clients and assisting them in developing up-to-date compliance programs.

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