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Benjamin Mishkin is an Associate in Baer Crossey McDemus’ Technology and Data Privacy practice group, where he advises clients in complex data transactions, software agreements, and intellectual property matters. Ben is well-versed in data use and data license agreements governing the exchange of confidential data, including trade secret information, Protected Health Information under HIPAA, drug/alcohol and mental health information governed by federal and state regulations, criminal history information, and other sensitive data types. Ben has negotiated complex data-sharing agreements with state and federal government agencies, as well as private non-profits and corporations. In the software development realm, Ben has drafted and negotiated agreements for the development of complex multi-vendor software solutions, including SaaS agreements and cloud-based storage agreements. Ben also has experience filing and maintaining federal and state trademark registrations, as well as negotiating trademark and copyright license agreements.
Prior to joining Baer Crossey McDemus, Benjamin was a Deputy City Solicitor in the City of Philadelphia Law Department’s IP & Technology Division, where he negotiated software and other technology agreements and advised City departments regarding best practices for data management and data sharing, both inside the City and with external partners. Ben also served as a member of the Data Subcommittee on the 2017 Mayor’s Taskforce to Combat the Opioid Epidemic.
Benjamin is a 2012 graduate of Temple University’s Beasley School of Law, where he was a Note & Comment Editor for the Political & Civil Rights Law Review.
- J.D., Temple University Beasley School of Law (cum laude, 2012)
- B.A., George Washington University (cum laude, 2006)
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