Over the past few decades, technology has taken a fascinating turn. One can use a retinal scan to expedite the airport security process. Need to clock in for work? This can be done with the scan of a finger. We even have the convenience of unlocking our iPhones with a simple, quick gaze into the
Whitney Jackson’s practice focuses on commercial litigation, employment, and intellectual property matters.
Whitney earned her J.D. (cum laude) from the University of Mississippi School of Law, where she served as associate articles editor of the Mississippi Law Journal, senator of the Student Bar Association, and vice president of the Black Law Students Association. While in law school, Whitney interned with the legal departments of Fortune 500 companies, where she assisted senior management in researching and analyzing various legal compliance matters. Whitney also interned with the University of Mississippi’s Office of Technology Commercialization, where she assisted potential patent-applicants in prior-art searches and patent development. She earned her Bachelor of Science (magna cum laude) degree in Biochemistry from Alcorn State University.
On March 18, 2022, President Biden issued a letter to California Gov. Gavin Newsom (the “March 18th letter”) requesting that he secure California’s computer systems and critical infrastructure in light of recent Russian cyberattacks against Ukraine. President Biden advised Newsom to gather his leadership team to discuss California’s cybersecurity and address several fundamental questions…