Maveric focuses his practice on business litigation, specifically biometric privacy and privacy and data security matters. He handles matters at all phases of litigation, from pretrial counseling to preparation for appeal. Maveric drafts and argues motions, manages discovery, and prepares lay witnesses and expert witnesses for deposition or trial.
Maveric has taken on significant roles in a number of class actions under the Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA), defending both employers and technology providers. Maveric also represents clients in multiple data breach class actions across the country.
Beyond litigation, Maveric helps his clients comply with applicable data privacy laws by drafting internal and consumer-facing policies and procedures. He also assists clients in responding to data incidents, including overseeing forensic investigations and preparing and delivering notifications.
Maveric has an undergraduate degree in information systems and, before attending law school, gained experience in software and database development. His prior technical experience helps him to understand privacy and data security matters from a client’s perspective.
Panelist, ‘I Didn't Know We Were Doing That’: Minimizing Privacy and Cybersecurity Risks Through Stakeholder Coordination, Chicago Ethics CLE Conference, May 18, 2023 (with Matt Wolfe, Anna Gadberry and Jenn Hatcher).