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Stacy Streur
www.streurlaw.com
847.835.9563
sbs@streurlaw.com

Stacy Streur counsels clients in the areas of intellectual property and technology transactions with a focus on products that support the delivery of E911 communications. Through this work, she has become an authority on the laws governing the provision of emergency communications as well as the contracts underlying the utilization these products.

In addition to her private law practice, Stacy is the Director of Legal Services for Lawyers for the Creative Arts, a Chicago area non-profit, where she advises artists on their intellectual property rights.

Stacy presently serves as a board member for the Illinois Humanities Council. She previously served as an attorney with the Small Business Administration. Stacy has authored articles on intellectual property law that have appeared in The Docket: Publication of the Lake County Bar Association, The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, and the Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property. In addition to her law degree, Stacy earned an LL.M. in Intellectual Property at DePaul University.

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Presentations & Publications

Presentations

Evaluating Cloud Contracts:  How we end up getting less than we expected regarding up time, availability, storage capacity, and professional services. Lake County Bar Association, May 12, 2015
Privacy and data security: Is the US business and consumer community hacking it? University of Chicago Alumni Group: Chicago Women’s Alliance, February 24, 2015
Current Topics in Privacy and Data Security for Small Businesses with Special Attention to Lawyers and Law Firms, Chicago Title and Trust CLE Seminar,June 23 2014.
Online Newsletters and Compliance with the CAN SPAM Act & Document Disposal in Illinois, Lake County Bar Association Technology Law Committee. February 11, 2014. 
Email Marketing and Compliance with the CAN SPAM Act, Northshore LAW, October 8, 2013.

Publications

Record Retention and Proper Document and Data Disposal for Illinois Lawyers, The Docket, The Official Publication of the Lake County Bar Association, pub. 6.2014.
Penalties Abound for Violating Marketing Laws,Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, 11.7.2013, p.4. The eBay Effect,, pub.2010, 8 Nw. J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. 67, http://www.law.northwestern.edu /journals/njtip /v8/n1/4/ .
The Tulip Bag, Pennsylvania English,the journal of the Pennsylvania College English Association. Short story published 2005.

Recommendations

I truly can’t say enough good things about Stacy Streur. I am a visual artist, working for the first time on a project for which I need legal counsel; I thank my lucky stars that I found Stacy.  She is incredibly professional, kind, mindful of financial limitations, and works with an amazing spirit of collaboration.  Stacy is extremely knowledgeable, and very responsive.  She has facilitated a deeply meaningful project for me in ways that I could not have envisioned.  Stacy has my deepest respect and appreciation; I could not recommend her more highly!! Judith Brotman, Multidisciplinary Artist and Adjunct Faculty, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Working with Stacy was a total pleasure. She was timely, professional, thorough – and all with an open and positive approach. It is a privilege to highly recommend her. David Nelson

Loved the dialogue back and forth as we talked through the contract. Sue Rosenfeld, President Rosenfeld Communications

Stacy was a pleasure to work with. She gave thorough and thoughtful advice while understanding our budget limitations. I would highly recommend her to anyone who needs legal advice concerning data privacy matters and credit card security. I hope to work with her again in the future.   Larry DiStasi, Artistic Director of Programming, Actors Gymnasium, Evanston, Illinois

Stacy reviewed my website and made solid and critical suggestions for protecting the copyrights of my written materials. She is a pleasure to work with. Dr. Nancy Stark, President Clinical Device Group

Stacy really helped me understand exactly what each part of the contract was saying. Jeff Prace