George serves as Counsel in Wiggin and Dana's Corporate Department and its Outsourcing and Technology Practice Group, advising clients in a wide range of initiatives and opportunities related to outsourcing information technology and business processes. He is the author of Outsourcing Agreements: A Practical Guide (Oxford University Press, 2010) and has been ranked as a leading outsourcing lawyer by Chambers Global, Chambers USA, and Legal 500. He frequently lectures on outsourcing and related subjects and is an adjunct member of the law faculty at the University of Michigan.
Before joining Wiggin and Dana, George was an associate general counsel at Hewlett Packard (HP), where he was responsible for negotiating complex technology transactions and for teaching, training, and practice tools for HP lawyers, sales executives, and account executives and was principal counsel for cloud and security businesses. Before joining HP, he spent many years as a partner in national law firms and led a Los Angeles technology boutique.
George received his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School, where he was a member of the Michigan Law Review, and (with his late brother Frank) a winner of Michigan's moot court competition. He is a graduate of UCLA and University College London. George is admitted to practice in California, Michigan, and New York.
- University of Michigan Law School (J.D., 1978)
- cum laude
- University College, University of London (B.A., 1975)
- University of California at Los Angeles (A.B., 1973)
- summa cum laude
- New York
- US Supreme Court