Chicago, Illinois 60601
George's practice focuses on intellectual property law and technology litigation, with an emphasis on software development, licensing and ownership disputes, trademark and copyright protection, and other business and contract disputes. He advises clients in a wide range of industries, including information technology, healthcare, communications, financial services and manufacturing. George joined McGuireWoods in 2006 when McGuireWoods and the technology law boutique, Gordon & Glickson, merged.
As an undergraduate at Northwestern, George studied psychology, was a residence assistant and had the opportunity to participate in the Semester at Sea program through the University of Pittsburgh. George distinguished himself as a Regent's Fellow at Texas A & M University where he studied rhetoric. George attended law school at the University of Chicago Law School where he was part of the University of Chicago Law School Roundtable and the Law and Internet Forum.
In April 2011, George was a featured commentator on CNBC’s Street Signs with Erin Burnett, where he discussed privacy issues with respect to the iPhone’s ability to gather information and track individuals’ whereabouts.
|Areas of Practice||1) Technology Disputes, 2) Intellectual Property Litigation, 3) Lanham Act/Copyright Litigation, 4) Trade Secret Litigation, 5) Data Privacy and Security, 6) Technology and Outsourcing and 7) Patent Litigation|
|Law School||Loyola University Chicago School of Law, J.D., 2002|
|Education||Texas A&M University, M.A., 1999; Northwestern University, BSED, 1996|
|Bar Member / Association||Illinois State Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||McGuireWoods LLP|
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