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Xavier Clark

Xavier Clark

Associate

Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt
Oregon, U.S.A.

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Profile

Xavier Clark brings unique experience working at the intersection of legal issues and the technology industry. Proficient in most commonly used regulatory frameworks, Xavier leverages his prior in-house experience focusing on privacy, security and commercial contracting for companies in the technology and healthcare industries. He enjoys helping clients understand and comply with their obligation for the proper handling and use of data in day-to-day business operations.

Analytically minded and people-focused, he serves as a collaborative liaison between legal, compliance, risk management, information security and business teams. Well-versed in contract review and negotiation, policy management, and risk analysis, Xavier is a veteran issue-spotter, working toward early threat identification and assessment to develop and implement action plans that mitigate harm.

Bar Admissions

  • Oregon State Courts

Education

  • Western Washington University, Bachelor of Arts degree, Spanish Language and Literature (2005)
  • Lewis & Clark Law School, Juris Doctor degree (2013)
  • International Association of Privacy Professionals, Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) in U.S. Private Sector Privacy Law (2016)
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

  • Advising clients on their obligations under information privacy laws.
  • Preparing privacy policies for websites and mobile applications.
  • Negotiating contractual provisions allocating risk between clients and service providers related to personal data, trade secrets, and confidential information.
  • Advising on representations and warranties related to privacy and security in M&A transactions.
  • Advising clients regarding laws that apply to email marketing and online advertising.
  • Advising clients on matters relating to cloud storage and use of cookies, Google Analytics, and other common technologies in their websites.

Articles

  • Ruling Dismisses Antitrust Claims Against AMTSO
  • OP-ED: Smart Technologies and Associated Cyber-Related Threats
  • Put Your Data House in Order: Reduce Risks and Improve Efficiency Through Good Data Habits
  • Breaking IP News: US Supreme Court Issues Landmark Decisions in Oil States and SAS
  • Tax Reform: What Does the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Mean for the Technology Industry?

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