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|Contact Info||Telephone: +1 213 621 9450|
Fax: +1 213 625 0248
|University ||University of Virginia, B.A., with distinction, 2001|
|Law School||William & Mary Law School, J.D., 2006|
|Admitted||2006, California; 2007, US District Court for the Central District of California; 2008, US District Court for the Eastern District of California; 2012, US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; 2008, US District Court for the Southern District of California; 2010, US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit; 2011, US Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit; 2008, US District Court for the Northern District of California|
Evan has particular expertise in the fields of telecommunications, false claims, false advertising, unfair competition, foreign commerce, and consumer protection. Evan has advised clients in a wide array of industries, from a wide array of countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Mexico. Prior to practicing law, Evan served as assistant financial controller for a global management consulting company, ensuring compliance with federal regulations and contracts.
Evan joined Mayer Brown in 2006, after graduating order of the coif from the Marshall Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary in Virginia, and is a long-standing member of Mayer Brown's recruitment and mentorship committees. Evan received his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of Virginia in 2001.
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The Curious Case of LabMD: New Developments In The “Other” FTC Data-Security Case
Lei Shen,Evan M. Wooten, August 13, 2014
By now, businesses with an interest in data security are aware of FTC v. Wyndham Worldwide Corp., in which a US District Court of New Jersey held that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) can bring enforcement actions for perceived data-security violations without first issuing guidance or standards....
Lack of Standing in Data Privacy Cases: Not Just A Federal Court Defense
John Nadolenco,Evan M. Wooten, August 5, 2014
While data privacy—especially data breach—cases in the United States have been on the rise for years now, most cases never make it past the pleading stage. Indeed, federal courts frequently dismiss data-privacy complaints for lack of standing under Article III of the US...
FTC’s Report Provides Recommendations for Data
Justin R. Dickerson,John Nadolenco,Evan M. Wooten, July 14, 2014
Edith Ramirez, the chair of the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC or the Commission), has often said that “with really big data, comes really big responsibility.” What she meant was not always clear.
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