Linda Henry

Deputy Counsel and Vice President of Operations

\lhenry@patricklawgroup.com
P | 404.525.3229
3705 Canyon Ridge Ct. NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30319

Linda Henry

lhenry@patricklawgroup.com
P | 404.525.3229
3705 Canyon Ridge Ct. NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30319

Deputy Counsel and Vice President of Operations 

Linda Henry is Deputy Counsel and Vice President of Operations at Patrick Law Group and has over 20 years of experience representing clients on transactional matters.

Linda’s prior experience as Senior Counsel at a global technology company enables her to provide clients with solution-oriented advice that balances risks against her client’s objectives.

Linda’s practice focuses on technology transactions and technology focused commercial agreements, including emerging technologies, mobile application licensing and development, SaaS and PaaS, mobile data collection, business and technology sourcing, healthcare information technology and other subscription and licensing arrangements.  She also handles a variety of general commercial agreements, including master service arrangements for professional services, reseller agreements and a wide variety of procurement agreements.

Her mix of big firm and in‑house experience gives her a unique ability to understand and identify significant business issues and evaluate risk, all with an eye to providing practical advice and efficiently driving transactions to close. Prior to joining Patrick Law Group, she was Senior Counsel at Premiere Global Services, Inc. (PGi), a global provider of conferencing and collaboration services. Her responsibilities at PGi included serving as the legal point of contact for the North American sales force, training and managing the Contracts Group, and advising the products and pricing teams on business and legal issues in connection with new and existing products and services.

She previously practiced with Shearman & Sterling (New York), Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe (Washington, D.C.) and McGuireWoods (Atlanta). 

Traveling solo in remote areas of the world taught me to think outside the box, take calculated risks and be ready for anything – all skills that are valuable when representing clients on fast-paced, ever-changing transactions that require creative thinking.

-Linda Henry
  • SaaS agreements for social media data exchange platforms

  • BOT deployment analysis

  • “Marketplace as a Service” agreements for online marketplaces

  • SaaS agreements for cloud security, secure file transmission, system monitoring and threat intelligence platforms

  • Mobile Application Development Agreements

AI Law in the Insurance Sector: Perspectives on Ethics, Privacy an Intellectual Property rights in the age of Artificial Intelligence

In-House CLE for Fortune 50 Company, July 2020

, Risky Business: Legal and Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence

National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms, February 2019

We’ve Been Hacked:  Responding to a Cybersecurity Incident in Real Time

National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms, September 2017

The Trump Administration’s Impact on Trade and Regulatory Issues

Master Services Agreements: An Overview of Key Considerations in Drafting Statements of Work

Internal Presentation and Training for Corporate Utility Company, October 2013, January 2016

Key Considerations When Drafting Mobile Application Development Agreements

National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms, September 2013

Negotiating Cloud Technology Agreements

National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms, September 2014

Negotiating and Drafting Statements of Work

Internal Presentation and Training for Merchant Processing Company

Boston University, J.D., 2000

Furman University, B.A. in Political Science, 1995