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Seth D. Matus

For more than twenty years, Seth has worked as a lawyer serving businesses ranging from start-ups and family companies to high tech firms, professional organizations, retailers and temporary labor services. Seth uses his experience to anticipate client issues and to develop forward-looking strategies to address complicated problems. With his expertise and thorough knowledge of the law, Seth has repeatedly saved employers facing class-action overtime lawsuits from multi-million dollar liability and obtained favorable outcomes for general contractors entangled in complex construction disputes.

Seth is a leader in developing and implementing innovative policies and procedures to protect confidential information and trade secrets and in ensuring that businesses comply with applicable law after breaches involving personal data. He has been certified as an information privacy professional in US private-sector law by the International Association of Privacy Professionals [1] and has presented several seminars on information privacy topics to business owners and human resources professionals.

Seth received his JD from the University of Colorado in 1996 and his B.A. from Rutgers in 1992.  He is a member of the Illinois, Colorado, New Mexico bars.

Seth is Of Counsel to our firm.

[1] The Supreme Court of Illinois does not recognize specialties and the above-certification is not a requirement to practice law in Illinois.

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