Dan Cotter Named to ISBA Privacy and Information Security Law Section Council

CHICAGO, October 12, 2017 – Butler Rubin partner Daniel Cotter has been named to the Illinois State Bar Association’s Privacy and Information Security Law Section Council.  This section serves as a comprehensive resource for lawyers who practice in or are interested in the privacy and information security space to learn about information sharing practices.  It also provides a forum to discuss global developments and emerging technologies that will disrupt current business practices; learn best practices and debate issues; and review, monitor, and propose relevant legislation.

With more than 25 years of experience in both private practice and in-house capacities, Cotter is a highly sought-after speaker on topics ranging from insurance to cyber security law and data protection. And in 2016, Cotter earned his CIPP/US, a Certified Information Privacy Professional designation for the U.S. private-sector from the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

His history of service to the bar and community also includes serving in leadership roles with the John Marshall Alumni Association, Monmouth College Board of Trustees, and as Chair of Lawyers Lend-A-Hand to Youth (2010-2014).   Cotter currently serves as an Adjunct Professor for The John Marshall Law School.  A graduate of Monmouth College, he received his law degree from The John Marshall Law School, summa cum laude.

Formed in 1980, Chicago-based Butler Rubin assists clients nationally and internationally in complex business disputes, including antitrust law, class actions, defense of corporate directors and officers, labor and employment law, reinsurance, insurance, healthcare litigation, and insolvency.