AITP-NCFL April Presentation:
Attorneys Richard C. Markow and Tom McThenia, Jr.
"A 2019 Cybersecurity Legal Update"

For the April 2019 meeting of AITP-NCFL, we are delighted to host attorneys Richard C. Markow and Tom McThenia, Jr. of GrayRobinson Attorneys At Law presenting “A 2019 Cybersecurity Legal Update”.

The meeting will take place Tuesday, April 23, 2019, from 6 to 8 PM, at the ITProTV campus, 7525 NW 4th Blvd in Gainesville.

There is no charge to attend this presentation. To reserve your spot, click the green button or go to today!

"A 2019 Cybersecurity Legal Update"

In today's data environment, the question is not if sensitive corporate data will be compromised, but when.

To prepare for data breaches and meet compliance requirements, an understanding of the issues surrounding cybersecurity is essential for every business.

Join us to learn about
  • the legal requirements and considerations of data as it is acquired and as it flows within your organization and within interconnected organizations,
  • the role of the IT professional in various commercial transactions including Due Diligence, Contracts, and M&A, and
  • new updates to the “Reasonableness” standard for cybersecurity and how to stay current with future changes.
There will be time at the end for questions and answers. We hope to see you there!

About the Speakers

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As an associate in GrayRobinson Law Firm's Gainesville office, Richard Markow routinely handles intellectual property litigation matters,patent prosecution, copyright matters, and veterans advocacy.

Prior to joining GrayRobinson, Richard served as a nuclear engineer the U.S. Navy, then became a technology consultant, specializing in start-ups, emerging businesses and disruptive technologies.

Transitioning to law, he served at various prestigious Boston law firms as a Trial Paralegal, and later as Managing Law Clerk with one of the most active corporate litigation practices in Boston.

While in law school, he successfully petitioned for the formation of a Veterans Advocacy Clinic, earning him the Dean's Leadership award.
Tom McThenia, Jr. is a shareholder at GrayRobinson, P.A. and a leader in the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology Practice Group.

Tom received his J.D. from the University of Virginia, School of Law, and a B.S. in mechanical engineering and material sciences from Duke University. Tom is admitted to practice law in Florida, North Carolina, and Virginia, as well as at the United State Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

He is a registered patent attorney who handles matters in all areas of intellectual property, including copyright, patent, trademark and trade secret matters. As a Certified Licensing Professional, Tom practices extensively in licensing and complex commercial transactions including structuring development, licensing, and financing of various IP, technologies, and media assets including publishing. Throughout his career, Tom has worked with Internet, social media and networking, and start-up and emerging technology companies and matters here in Florida, in Virginia and in the NC Research Triangle area.

Tom has divided his career between private law practice and in-house counsel for two multi-national corporations. From these venues, he has enjoyed working with a wide array of clients including multi-national corporations, non-profit organizations, universities, start-up and emerging growth companies, technology and Internet companies, and individual entrepreneurs. Tom also teaches as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Florida Levin College of Law.
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