Quarles and Brady: Seasoned Milwaukee legal pro moves to Quarles & Brady’s Intellectual Property Practice
Caroline Hennessy, Sr. Mgr., Digital Marketing & PR
MILWAUKEE, Wis. — The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that Linda Emery has joined the firm as a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group in the firm’s Milwaukee office.
Emery focuses her practice in the areas of information technology, data privacy and security, supply chain, the Internet of Things and trademarks. Her experience in data privacy and security allows her to help clients at the international, federal and state levels both in regulatory compliance and establishing best practices. She focuses on the interrelationship between the laws and regulations and utilizes her knowledge and experience to assist clients in the consumer and industrial products, financial services, insurance, education and health care industries.
Emery has spent substantial time helping manufacturing, health care, and technology companies in the smart devices and Internet of Things ("IOT") arena. She uses her background in technology, privacy and telecommunications to advise clients on the data privacy and security laws that impact this fast-paced environment. She has advised clients on areas ranging from cyber-attacks on interconnected devices to product liability claims to intellectual property risks to the Federal Trade Commission's Guidance on the IOT. Prior to private practice, she served as in-house counsel at two large corporations, providing her with invaluable insight on legal business needs from the client's perspective.
“We are thrilled to welcome Linda to the Quarles & Brady Intellectual Property Group. Clients will benefit from her diverse experience and broad range of technology and IP issues. From health care to manufactured and consumer products, Linda has deep expertise and knowledge that informs her business-focused counsel,” said Jack Cook, national chair of Quarles & Brady’s Intellectual Property Group.
Emery received her law degree, cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center and her bachelor's degree from Northwestern University.