Loeb & Loeb LLP is pleased to announce that Advanced Media and Technology Partner Ieuan Jolly has been honored by Crain's New York Business in the 2013 edition of the publication's 40 Under 40 list.
The annual list showcases 40 people who have achieved extraordinary success in business before turning 40. Jolly was selected by a team of Crain's editors from a pool of more than 500 nominations and through a process that took more than three months of intense review and interviews. Crain's describes those on the 40's list as "the overachievers who will shape New York for the next 25 years", and includes notable figures spanning all industries, from entrepreneurs and prize-winning artists to government officials, financial gurus and tech wizards.
Jolly was profiled in the Crain's special section on March 25th. The story notes his international background, which he has parlayed into a unique international law practice and a reputation as "one of a small cadre of people shaping global privacy law."
"The Crain's 40 Under 40 list is one of the most visible and coveted honors for exceptional performers in New York business," said James Taylor, co-chair of Loeb & Loeb's Advanced Media and Technology Department. "Ieuan is at the very top of his field for global privacy and technology transactions and this is a wonderful and well-deserved recognition of his impressive accomplishments."
Jolly advises on a wide variety of international privacy, technology and communication matters, with a particular emphasis on regulatory issues such as multi-media marketing and data security. He provides strategic direction on maximizing value and use from data and information management practices across interactive media platforms. He specializes in advising clients on the cutting-edge privacy implications of new communication strategies, specialized applications, media-specific regulations, location targeting, data usage and information sharing. He also counsels clients on a range of complex technology transactions and sourcing arrangements, systems integration, telecommunications and data center transactions.