Wernick joins Aronberg Goldgehn's cybersecurity & technology law group

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    Alan Wernick

 
Posted10/15/2019 1:00 AM

Alan S. Wernick of Northbrook has joined Aronberg Goldgehn's newly formed Privacy, Cybersecurity & Technology Law Practice Group as Of Counsel.

He handles cutting-edge technology, intellectual property and privacy/cybersecurity issues in the evolving technology marketplace. Wernick has an extensive track record advising organizations acquiring, using, selling and licensing technologies and related services and assists clients in the drafting and negotiation of a variety of technology and commercial agreements.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

A member of the bar in Illinois, New York, Ohio and Washington D.C., he is also an advocate in the federal, state and appellate courts, and in arbitrations and mediations, for client disputes concerning information technology and intellectual property, including breach of contract claims, IP infringement and/or licensing claims.

Prior to joining Aronberg Goldgehn, Wernick had his own practice, Wernick & Associates, Ltd., which he started in 2017. He began his legal career as an in-house counsel (Associate General Counsel then General Counsel) for Homewood Corp. in Columbus, Ohio, and subsequently practiced with several large law firms, including FisherBroyles, LLP, Querrey & Harrow, Quarles & Brady LLP, McBride, Baker & Coles, and Hahn Loeser.

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