John is the Atlanta office leader of LeClairRyan, where his practice is a mix of commercial litigation and trial, privacy and data security, and technology transactions. His 23 years of litigation experience runs the gamut in subject matter, from data breaches, to technology cases, to eminent domain, to vintage race cars, to death penalty habeas corpus. The compliance and transactional aspects of his practice focus on state, federal and international privacy and data security issues, the Internet, e-commerce, cloud computing, social media, and records management. He leads his firms Privacy and Data Security Team and is the Editor of the firm's blog GÇô Information Counts. He is recognized by Best Lawyers in America as a leading lawyer in the area of Information Technology.
Contributions by John Hutchins
How Blockchain Technology Makes Data More Secure
Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2018
Written in Concrete? An Examination of Actual Harm Arising from Data Breaches
Speaker at Privacy. Security. Risk. 2015