Jake's practice focuses on privacy and information security. He advises on privacy issues and identification of potential risks and the development of associated policies and procedures to maintain compliance.
State Repossession and Notice Laws Survive Federal Preemption as Applied to National Banks: An analysis of the Fourth circuit's Holding in Epps v. J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., the Burden on National Banks, and the Federal Solution, 13 Wake Forest J. Bus. & Intel. Prop. L. 367 (Summer, 2013)
Prior Legal Experience
Prior to joining Poyner Spruill, Jake worked at the Wake Forest University Community Law and Business Clinic. In the summer of 2013, he worked as a Corporate Intern in the Legal Department of Wal-Mart Stores. He also served as an intern for the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Charlotte, NC and worked as a paralegal for Maryland Legal Aid in Frederick, MD.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jacob A. Lopes