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Joel Henry

Joel Henry
101 East Front Street,
Suite 402
Missoula, MT 59802

Joel Henry is Of Counsel in our Missoula, Montana office. Joel brings to HBS a unique ability to integrate IP, technology, corporate and transactional, and securities law into solutions for clients engaged in entrepreneurship, capital raises, mergers and acquisitions, IP protection, and cutting-edge technology areas.

Joel is one of a handful of people in the US with both a PhD in computer science and a JD. He is one of the leading experts in Montana, and nationwide, on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology law. A significant area of his practice also includes complex, cutting-edge legal matters around new technologies including artificial intelligence, GDPR, and other data privacy laws, IT security, and data breaches. He also serves as an expert witness on litigation matters involving technology issues, electronic discovery, and digital forensics.

Joel enjoys the complexity at the intersection of law, business, and technology, given he earned two computer science degrees from Montana State University, a Ph.D. in computer science from Virginia Tech, a J.D. at the University of Montana, and started his own software company.

In his free time, Joel enjoys brewing beer, casting flies, tracking elk, or spending time with his family.

ADMITTED

  • Montana State Bar
  • Wyoming State Bar

EDUCATION

  • M.S., Computer Science, Montana State University
  • B.S., Computer Science, Montana State University
  • Ph.D., Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • J.D., University of Montana School of Law

PUBLICATIONS

  • Henry, J., Pasque, M., “Grasping at e-Discovery: Why Technology Assisted Review is a Must for Data-Intensive Cases,” Tennessee Bar Journal, June 2016.
  • Henry, J., Pasque, M., “Rolling Collections: Apples and More Apples?  Or, Apples and Oranges?” Law Technology News, Two-part series, Feb 11, March 2016.
  • Henry, J., Pasque, M., “Sleep With a Smile – Avoid E-discovery Nightmares,” Montana Lawyer, Mar 2016.
  • Henry, J., Pasque, M., “Managing a Data Intensive Case: How to find a needle without drowning in a haystack,” Montana Lawyer, Aug, 2015; Reprinted in 12 US Bar Journals.
  • Henry, J., Pasque, M., “Document Review – Is your glass half full?” Law Technology News, August 2015.
  • Henry, J., “The Next Generation of E-Discovery Tools,” Invited talk at the Arkfeld – Arizona State University E-Discovery Conference, March 12-14, 2014.
  • Henry, J., “Predictive Coding is so Yesterday,” Law Technology News, Feb 17, 2014.
  • Henry, J., Provisional Patent for “Content Categorization System,” November, 2013.
  • Henry, J., Trademark for “Agile Legal Technology,” August 2013.
  • Henry, J., “Cloud Computing in Higher Education: Legal Issues Under the Stored Communications Act and the Fourth Amendment,” submitted to the University of Washington Law Review, September 2012.
  • Henry J., Lande D., and Tarbell G., “It can’t get more real: using multiple teams to develop multiple software products for multiple customers”, 21st Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEET 2008), April 15, 2008, Charleston, SC.
  • Henry, J., Verification and Validation in Model-Driven Development, 20th Annual Systems & Software Technology Conference, May 2008, Las Vegas, NV. Henry, J., Software Project
  • Management: A Real-World Guide to Success, Addison Wesley, May 2003.
  • Henry, J., “Test case selection for simulations in the maintenance of real-time systems”, Journal of Software Maintenance, 2000; 12(4):229-248.
  • Henry, J., and Cain, J., “Quantitative Assessment and Improvement of Corrective and Perfective Maintenance”, Journal of Software Maintenance, October 1997.
  • Henry, J., Blasewitz, R., and Kettinger, D., “Implementing a Measurement-Based Software Maintenance Process”, Journal of Software Maintenance, February 1996.

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Montana State Bar
  • American Bar Association
  • IEEE
  • ACM
  • CALI award winner for Patent and Trademark
  • Outstanding Intellectual Property Law Student
  • IEEE Certified Software Development Professional, certified through 2020.
  • Foundation Research Award, East Tennessee State University
  • UPE Outstanding Computer Science Faculty, East Tennessee State University
  • Outstanding Research Contributions Award, NASA Ames Fellowship Program
MISSOULA, MT – Hall Booth Smith, P.C. (HBS) has added two attorneys to its Missoula office as the firm expands to serve its clients in

Joel Henry is Of Counsel in our Missoula, Montana office. Joel brings to HBS a unique ability to integrate IP, technology, corporate and transactional, and securities law into solutions for clients engaged in entrepreneurship, capital raises, mergers and acquisitions, IP protection, and cutting-edge technology areas.

Joel is one of a handful of people in the US with both a PhD in computer science and a JD. He is one of the leading experts in Montana, and nationwide, on cryptocurrency and blockchain technology law. A significant area of his practice also includes complex, cutting-edge legal matters around new technologies including artificial intelligence, GDPR, and other data privacy laws, IT security, and data breaches. He also serves as an expert witness on litigation matters involving technology issues, electronic discovery, and digital forensics.

Joel enjoys the complexity at the intersection of law, business, and technology, given he earned two computer science degrees from Montana State University, a Ph.D. in computer science from Virginia Tech, a J.D. at the University of Montana, and started his own software company.

In his free time, Joel enjoys brewing beer, casting flies, tracking elk, or spending time with his family.

ADMITTED

  • Montana State Bar
  • Wyoming State Bar

EDUCATION

  • M.S., Computer Science, Montana State University
  • B.S., Computer Science, Montana State University
  • Ph.D., Computer Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • J.D., University of Montana School of Law

PUBLICATIONS

  • Henry, J., Pasque, M., “Grasping at e-Discovery: Why Technology Assisted Review is a Must for Data-Intensive Cases,” Tennessee Bar Journal, June 2016.
  • Henry, J., Pasque, M., “Rolling Collections: Apples and More Apples?  Or, Apples and Oranges?” Law Technology News, Two-part series, Feb 11, March 2016.
  • Henry, J., Pasque, M., “Sleep With a Smile – Avoid E-discovery Nightmares,” Montana Lawyer, Mar 2016.
  • Henry, J., Pasque, M., “Managing a Data Intensive Case: How to find a needle without drowning in a haystack,” Montana Lawyer, Aug, 2015; Reprinted in 12 US Bar Journals.
  • Henry, J., Pasque, M., “Document Review – Is your glass half full?” Law Technology News, August 2015.
  • Henry, J., “The Next Generation of E-Discovery Tools,” Invited talk at the Arkfeld – Arizona State University E-Discovery Conference, March 12-14, 2014.
  • Henry, J., “Predictive Coding is so Yesterday,” Law Technology News, Feb 17, 2014.
  • Henry, J., Provisional Patent for “Content Categorization System,” November, 2013.
  • Henry, J., Trademark for “Agile Legal Technology,” August 2013.
  • Henry, J., “Cloud Computing in Higher Education: Legal Issues Under the Stored Communications Act and the Fourth Amendment,” submitted to the University of Washington Law Review, September 2012.
  • Henry J., Lande D., and Tarbell G., “It can’t get more real: using multiple teams to develop multiple software products for multiple customers”, 21st Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEET 2008), April 15, 2008, Charleston, SC.
  • Henry, J., Verification and Validation in Model-Driven Development, 20th Annual Systems & Software Technology Conference, May 2008, Las Vegas, NV. Henry, J., Software Project
  • Management: A Real-World Guide to Success, Addison Wesley, May 2003.
  • Henry, J., “Test case selection for simulations in the maintenance of real-time systems”, Journal of Software Maintenance, 2000; 12(4):229-248.
  • Henry, J., and Cain, J., “Quantitative Assessment and Improvement of Corrective and Perfective Maintenance”, Journal of Software Maintenance, October 1997.
  • Henry, J., Blasewitz, R., and Kettinger, D., “Implementing a Measurement-Based Software Maintenance Process”, Journal of Software Maintenance, February 1996.

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Montana State Bar
  • American Bar Association
  • IEEE
  • ACM
  • CALI award winner for Patent and Trademark
  • Outstanding Intellectual Property Law Student
  • IEEE Certified Software Development Professional, certified through 2020.
  • Foundation Research Award, East Tennessee State University
  • UPE Outstanding Computer Science Faculty, East Tennessee State University
  • Outstanding Research Contributions Award, NASA Ames Fellowship Program
MISSOULA, MT – Hall Booth Smith, P.C. (HBS) has added two attorneys to its Missoula office as the firm expands to serve its clients in