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    Bart Huffman is Chair of Locke Lord's Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice. He has a systems engineering background and experience in privacy and information security matters that spans the modern history of the practice area. Bart provides advice concerning a wide range of matters within his field, including company policies, cybersecurity program development, enterprise cloud computing and other IT services agreements, and data breach preparedness and response. He also has a proven track record in significant online copyright and litigation matters (including representation of some of the nation’s largest ISPs in numerous proceedings involving Internet subscriber data, with successful handling of appeals to the federal Seventh and DC Circuits and the Illinois Supreme Court). Bart holds a J.D. from the University of Texas and a B.S.E. from Princeton University with a Certificate in Engineering and Management Systems. Based in Austin, Texas, Bart is admitted to practice law in Texas, New York, and California, and before the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. He is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional/US, and serves on the Certifications Advisory Board of the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Bart has served as a visiting fellow of the Center for Information Technology at Princeton University, and he currently serves as an adjunct professor, teaching Privacy and Cyber Security in the Information Age at the University of Texas School of Law.


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