- J.D.University of Pennsylvania Law Schoolcum laude2003
- B.A.Duke Universitysumma cum laude2000
John Eustice's practice focuses on the counseling and representation of businesses and individuals facing complex civil litigation or information technology issues. He has litigated a broad range of civil actions, with a particular emphasis on fiduciary disputes, non-profit corporation counseling and litigation, partnership controversies, whistleblower claims and employment discrimination matters. He has developed expertise in data privacy and data security issues, including issues relating to cloud computing services and cross-border transfers of electronic data. Mr. Eustice advises domestic and foreign clients on data privacy compliance and information technology contracts. He also has extensive experience in complex discovery, including all aspects of electronic and cross-border discovery. He is a contributing member of and panelist for The Sedona Conference®, an e-discovery think tank, in Working Group 1 (Electronic Document Retention and Production), Working Group 2 (Protective Orders, Confidentiality and Public Access) and Working Group 6 (International Electronic Information Management, Discovery and Disclosure).
Mr. Eustice’s recent engagements include counseling an international financial institution on data privacy and data security issues relating to cloud computing services contracts, representing non-profit corporations and partnerships in litigation spurred by internal dissention, defending non-profit and for-profit companies being investigated by governmental authorities, and counseling institutional clients on matters of privilege and confidentiality relating to disclosures by their former counsel. He has also been heavily involved in pro bono matters.
- Advising an international financial institution with respect to data privacy, data security, jurisdiction and privileges and immunities issues implicated when negotiating cloud computing services and other information technology contracts, facilitating agreeable final contracts for such services.
- Counseling a health insurance company on data privacy, regulatory and contractual issues with respect to its disclaimers and representations to customers using its online resources, aiding the client in reducing risk and increasing clarity.
- Representing a non-profit corporation in a governmental investigation initiated by a purported whistleblower, successfully litigating significant confidentiality, privilege and ethics issues.
- Counseling a United Kingdom corporation on cross-border data privacy issues related to a contract with a United States corporation for information technology services to be provided in connection with a business venture in Africa.
- Representing a United States corporation importing bulk oils in a classification dispute with the United States Customs and Border Protection currently in litigation before the Court of International Trade.
- Representing a former partner in a law practice on issues of dissolution and equity distribution, obtaining a favorable settlement.
- Representing a closely held corporation that invested in emerging medical technology in a dispute with a hospital, litigating the matter through discovery and trial in Maryland state court.
- Representing an investor in a dispute with an investment bank concerning a complex financial product comprised largely of sub-prime mortgage-backed securities, litigating the dispute in arbitration before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and negotiating a favorable settlement.
- Representing a client defending multiple civil suits under the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) and Torture Victim Protection Act (TVPA). Cases presented complex questions of jurisdiction, proof, liability, and other issues of first impression under the ATA and TVPA. Representation involved challenging discovery burdens, including locating and collecting archived material outside the United States and in a foreign language, interviewing numerous foreign witnesses and negotiating substantial geo-political hurdles to ensure effective representation.
- Representing a holding corporation and subsidiaries operating nursing home facilities in employment disputes with employees, obtaining favorable settlements.
- Member, Working Groups 1, 2 and 6, The Sedona Conference®
- Member, Litigation Section, American Bar Association
- Secretary and Member, Board of Directors, Rosslyn Children's Center
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Washington, DC, October 26, 2018 – Miller & Chevalier Chartered proudly announces that the firm was named as one of the top 30 investigations practices globally in the Glob
In this article, John Eustice and Erin Sweeney address how using blockchain could benefit the health care industry's push to develop stronger data security measures.
John Eustice will speak on the Strafford webinar, "Data Protection in Cloud Computing Agreements: Allocating Risk, Interplay With Other Terms, Managing Compliance," on June 27, 2018. The webinar wi
Miller & Chevalier is pleased to announce that the firm was one of only five law firms in Washington, DC, to increase its commitment level to the D.C. Bar's Raising the Bar campaign.
Layla J. Asali, John C. Eustice, Rocco V. Femia, Erin M. Sweeney, James R.
In the 2019 edition of the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Miller & Chevalier Members authored three chapters: John Eustice and Michael Khalil autho
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In this article, John Eustice discusses the EU's General Data Protection