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Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection

Kramer Levin’s Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection practice is comprised of an interdisciplinary team of attorneys from the United States and Europe with litigation, regulatory, technology and compliance experience.  We help our clients navigate the rapidly evolving and challenging privacy law landscape. 

Our team advises on the most cutting-edge technology and data security issues at every stage,  including:

  • Data breach prevention and incident response
  • Government and internal investigations
  • Cybersecurity counseling and training
  • Global compliance and risk management
  • Privacy policies and EU data counseling
  • Intellectual property and data rights protection
  • Cyber transactions and e-commerce
  • Advertising and internet marketing
  • Consumer protection and class action litigation defense
  • Cross-border data transfer and e-discovery

We represent clients ranging from entrepreneurial start-up entities to multinational Fortune 100 companies in a variety of sectors, including financial services, retail, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, media and professional services.  Our practice draws on the extensive knowledge and experience of a coordinated team of attorneys from our litigation, intellectual property, corporate, electronic discovery, advertising, insurance and employment practices, among others.  Many of our attorneys have served in senior positions in government, as prosecutors and trial attorneys, counsel for Congressional committees, and in the development of EU law. Because of these diverse perspectives and experiences, we provide practical strategies to help our clients identify and manage the legal and reputational risks associated with these emerging and dynamic issues.

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