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Mark Gregory Malven

Practice areas:

Contracts & Agreements, Internet, Entertainment, Life Sciences & Biotechnology

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Licensed since 1993

  1. Internet: 35%
    22 years
  2. Contracts & Agreements: 35%
    22 years
  3. Life Sciences & Biotechnology: 15%
    13 years
  4. Entertainment: 15%
    18 years

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Contact Info

Dykema Gossett PLLC

10 South Wacker Drive Suite 2300

Chicago, IL, 60606-7509

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License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
ILActive And Authorized To Practice Law199305/14/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Michigan Super LawyerN/A2006
36th Annual Lincoln Award for Outstanding Legal WritingIllinois State Bar Association1995

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
Leader, Technology Transactions PracticeDykema Gossett PLLC2006 - Present

Associations
Association NamePosition NameDuration
Information Technology Law Section, Michigan State BarTreasurer2004 - Present
American Bar AssociationMember1993 - Present
Chicago Bar AssociationMember1993 - Present

Publications
Publication NameTitleDate
Ann Arbor Business ReviewDemocracy 2.0: It's Athens All Over Again2006
Ann Arbor Business ReviewIs Michigan's Online Learning Requirement A Good Thing?2006
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionSupreme Court Makes It Easier to Require Additional Purchases as Part of the Sale of Patented Products2006
Ann Arbor Business ReviewWeb 2.0 and the Law2006
Ann Arbor Business ReviewThe New Face of E-Journalism2006
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionFight Brewing Over Privacy of Search Engine Data2006
Ann Arbor Business ReviewMichigan Could Benefit from Advanced Energy Funding2006
Ann Arbor Business ReviewThe Third Rail of Telecom Policy: A La Carte Cable2006
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionTaiwan-China Struggle to Cause New Controls Over Global Tech Company Transfer2005
Ann Arbor Business ReviewU of M Gets Googled, and They Like It2005
Ann Arbor Business ReviewWireless Cities Cool? Or Misguided?2005
Ann Arbor Business ReviewE-Mail Not Necessarily Equivalent to a Letter2005
Ann Arbor Business ReviewTech and the New Supreme Court2005
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionTech and the New Chief Justice2005
Ann Arbor Business ReviewProtecting Your Assets: Open Source Software2005
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionCookie Stuffing Hurting Merchants2005
Ann Arbor Business ReviewMichigan Tech Not Dead: Just Look at the Calendar2005
Ann Arbor Business ReviewGranholm Delivers Welcome Message to Japan2005
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionWhat's Next is Hot Topic in Michigan2005
Ann Arbor Business ReviewGood Bye, Grokster2005
Ann Arbor Business ReviewCovansys Executes One of the First-Ever T's Under a BOT Agreement2005
Ann Arbor Business ReviewWhen Medicine and Technology Collide, It's Healthy for Michigan2005
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionPhishing the New Wave of Cyber-Crime2004
Ann Arbor Business ReviewMicrosoft a Favorite Target2004
Ann Arbor Business ReviewJust STOP It2004
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionCAPITOL UPDATE - The Induce Act of 2004... or 2005?2004
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionJudge Tosses Pa. Law Forcing ISPs to Block Child Porn Sites2004
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionDon't Let Metadata Embarrass Your Business2004
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionNaptster Heat Won't Go Away2004
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionProsecutors, ISP in Fight Over Child Pornography Content2004
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionTIPS, TRICKS, AND BEST PRACTICES - Avoid Grief by Educating Customers2004
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionDigital Music Death Knell?2004
Great Lakes IT Report, Technology and the Law editionCONSUMER PRIVACY - Spyware Just Don't Die2004
Illinois Bar JournalShadow Liens: A Lien by Any Other Name...1995

Education
School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of MichiganLawJD - Juris Doctor, Cum Laude1993
Purdue UniversityMechanical EngineeringB.S.E1986

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
Dykema Mergers and Acquisitions SeminarOpen Source Software - Due Diligence Issues2006
Boston techCongressSelecting the Best Outsourcing Option2006
Detroit techCongressSelecting the Best Outsourcing Option2005
Ann Arbor IT ZoneReseller and Distributor Relationships2005
Ann Arbor IT ZoneBusiness Building Basics2005
Ann Arbor IT ZoneEssential Contracts2005
Ann Arbor IT ZoneIdentifying and Protecting Your Intellectual Property Assets2005
Ann Arbor IT ZoneWatching for Customer Distress Signals2005
Chicago Chamber of CommerceIdentifying and Protecting Your Intellectual Property2002
Chicago Bar AssociationReseller and Distributor Relationships2002
Prairie AngelsBuilding a Technology Business2001