Nutter Partner Patrick Concannon Authors “Congressional Response to the Internet” Chapter for MCLE Data Security and Privacy BookPrint PDF
Drawing on his extensive experience in the areas of privacy, data protection and intellectual property, which includes website and electronic commerce counseling and compliance counseling, Nutter Partner Patrick J. Concannon has contributed a chapter on congressional response to the Internet in the 1st edition of the newly released book by the MCLE, “Data Security in Massachusetts." The publication provides expert insight into data security, compliance, breach prevention and the protection of privacy, which have come to dominate the practice of information governance in commercial and institutional settings.
Concannon’s chapter highlights the legal issues in the areas of federal intellectual property, publishing, advertising and privacy laws--areas in which he practices and considers among those most impacted by today’s ever-evolving digital economy and social media landscape.
A partner in Nutter’s Intellectual Property and Business Departments, and a member of the firm’s Privacy and Data Security practice, Concannon’s brand protection experience and commercial agreement skills uniquely position him to provide cross-disciplinary legal services, particularly to companies that have an interactive web presence. A member of The International Association of Privacy Professionals, Concannon was honored in World Trademark Review’s 1000 “The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals” for Massachusetts in 2014 and by “Who’s Who Legal: Trademarks” for 2015.
Nutter is a top Boston-based law firm providing high level legal counsel to clients who range from well-established companies and institutions to early stage entrepreneurs to foundations and families. Nutter was co-founded by Louis D. Brandeis and has been in continuous practice for 136 years.