Attorney Diana J.P. McKenzie, the leader of HunterMaclean’s Information Technology and Outsourcing Practice Group, will serve as a featured speaker at the University of Dayton School of Law’s Computer and Cyberspace Law Seminar in Dayton, Ohio on June 8 and at the International Federation of Computer Law Associations (IFCLA) in Munich, Germany on June 22.
At the University of Dayton’s conference, McKenzie will deliver “Changes in Technology, Changes in How We Negotiate Contracts,” which will explore the ways in which technological developments are affecting IT contracts. The conference will focus upon significant developments in intellectual property law due to computers and the internet and will include presentations about tracking digital footprints, cloud computing, privacy policies and navigating the America Invents Act.
At IFCLA McKenzie will be part of an elite panel of international experts discussing the negotiation of IT agreements, focusing specifically on new trends in the United States. The global conference, which is held every two years, attracts high-level IT personnel worldwide. Following her conference presentation, McKenzie will address the Munich Technology Bar Association.
McKenzie is internationally recognized for her work in commercial information technology and outsourcing matters. For more than two decades, McKenzie has practiced exclusively in information technology and outsourcing law. She has represented clients in some of the largest and most sophisticated technology transactions in the U.S. and abroad.
McKenzie is an internationally-recognized writer and speaker in information technology and outsourcing law. She has published nearly 50 articles in leading publications like CIO Insight, Stanford Journal of Law, Business & Finance, The Licensing Journal, Intellectual Property and Technology Law Journal and Computer and Internet Lawyer.
With offices in Savannah and Brunswick, HunterMaclean has extensive experience representing businesses and individuals in all areas of litigation as well as in corporate, tax, real estate, health care, information technology, business, transportation and maritime law. The firm’s clients include Fortune 500 companies, banks, hospitals, maritime companies, professional service organizations, industrial development authorities and nonprofit corporations.