Nancy Libin, co-chair of DWT’s Privacy & Security + Technology practice, advises clients on legal and regulatory matters related to data privacy and cybersecurity. As a former chief privacy and civil liberties officer of the U.S. Department of Justice, she counsels clients across a variety of industries on compliance with federal laws and state laws, as well as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.
ADAM H. GREENE
Adam Greene, a nationally-recognized authority on HIPAA and the HITECH Act, primarily counsels health care systems and technology companies on compliance with the HIPAA privacy, security, and breach notification requirements. Adam is a former regulator at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), where he played a key role in administering and enforcing the HIPAA rules.
Amy Mushahwar, is an experienced data privacy, security, and management attorney with nearly 20 years of experience in the technology industry in both legal and technical capacities. She focuses on data security, cyber risk, and privacy issues. As both a lawyer and former technologist, Amy is adept at helping clients unravel complex systems to fully understand legal and regulatory risk.
CHRISTOPHER A. OTT
Christopher A. Ott, CIPP/US, advises industry-leading organizations in sensitive cyber incidents, national security matters, white-collar investigations, government enforcement actions, and high-stakes litigation. Chris has served as an influential law enforcement official for multiple administrations. In this capacity, Chris led some of the largest white-collar investigations in United States Department of Justice (DOJ) history, won dozens of trials as a first-chair litigator, and spearheaded some of the DOJ’s first successful cyber investigations. Most recently, Chris has served as Senior Counterintelligence and Cyber Counsel with the DOJ’s National Security Division.
Marc Roth works with clients to comply with state and federal laws and rules governing privacy, social media, sweepstakes, telemarketing, and advertising. He also counsels clients on transactional matters, and guides them through federal and state government investigations. Previously chief compliance counsel for a Time Warner company and an FTC staff attorney, Marc draws upon decades of consumer advertising and marketing law experience when counseling clients. He frequently speaks and writes about privacy and telemarketing issues.
Bob Stankey focuses on global communications, technology and privacy law for U.S. and European clients. As a former senior in-house lawyer with AOL Europe and former general counsel for an international telecommunications provider, he has extensive practical experience with commercial and regulatory legal issues for clients in the telecommunications, information technology and media sectors. Bob has practiced in London for more than nine years and advises on U.K. law and other European national laws as well as EU policy-making in Brussels.
REBECCA L. WILLIAMS
Becky Williams, a registered nurse with hands-on health care experience, is the chair of the Health Information Technology/HIPAA Practice Group. A nationally recognized authority on HIPAA and the HITECH Act, Becky focuses much of her practice on privacy, security, and health care regulatory issues.
Christopher Avery, CIPP/US, provides legal guidance on a broad range of privacy and data security matters. He advises clients on U.S. and international privacy laws and regulations pertaining to consumer privacy, data security, and cybersecurity. He also assist clients with understanding and complying with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Previously the director and senior counsel of privacy and regulatory at a Fortune 500 communications company, Christopher draws on nearly a decade of experience to serve the needs of clients both nationwide and abroad.
HELEN GOFF FOSTER
Helen Foster, CIPP/G, is a leader in privacy and cybersecurity compliance and consumer protection law, with over 20 years of experience across four federal agencies, the White House, and in private law practice in Washington, D.C. Her unique experience allows her to offer clients the knowledge-base of a former regulator, the business know-how of an experienced corporate advocate and counselor, and the practical experience of an implementer of privacy and data security measures across large, multi-faceted organizations.
BRANDON H. GRAVES
Brandon Graves focuses his practice on cybersecurity, internal investigations, and litigation related to complex administrative, civil, and criminal matters.
RONALD G. LONDON
Ronnie London represents clients on privacy matters before the FCC, FTC, and state and federal courts. He has extensive experience advising companies with respect to federal and state regulations directed toward consumer privacy, including the areas of telemarketing, commercial email and text messaging, and fax advertising. His practice also includes providing counsel on the application of privacy protections such as the Electronic Communications Privacy Act and related laws.
RACHEL R. MARMOR
Rachel Marmor, CIPP/E, focuses her practice on the assessment of legal obligations and risks throughout the information lifecycle, including retention requirements, privacy, cybersecurity, defensible disposal, and use of electronic data in litigations and investigations.
JOHN D. SEIVER
John Seiver practices communications law, representing the interests of cable television, competing delivery technology and telecommunications companies. He has more than 30 years of regulatory and litigation experience at the local, national and international levels. John has either directly handled or been substantially involved with most of the major state and national communications litigation since 1984.
Maryam Casbarro, CIPP/US, concentrates her practice on cybersecurity and privacy law. She helps her clients by counseling and advising on cybersecurity best practices, drafting incident response plans, overseeing legal response after a breach has occurred, and assisting clients with government investigations and regulatory compliance.
Lyra Correa focuses her practice on health information privacy counseling and compliance. She counsels medical contractors and health care providers on a range of HIPAA compliance issues and related regulations.
WILLIAM W. HELLMUTH
Will Hellmuth, CIPP/US, concentrates his practice on privacy and data security matters. He counsels clients—including restaurants, retailers, entrepreneurial ventures, hospitals, and health care providers—on data breach responses, privacy policies and procedures, regulatory enforcement actions, and domestic and international regulatory compliance. In addition to his privacy and data security experience, Will also has experience in complex commercial litigation.
Maayan Lattin focuses her practice on privacy and data protection-related matters, and advises organizations on domestic and international law and policy concerning the collection and use of personal information and other sensitive data including financial information, criminal history information, health information, and human resources information.
ALEXANDER B. REYNOLDS
Alex Reynolds, CIPP/US, focuses his work on data privacy and security matters for all types of organizations including those that handle financial, health, and other specially regulated data. The scope of Alex’s work includes: privacy policies and data management agreements; information security programs; regulatory compliance; security incidents/data breach; online behavioral advertising; responding to law enforcement requests; and European data protection issues.
Katherine Bravo brings experience in legal research and analysis to the firm. She has performed risk analysis for data compliance, due diligence in connection with the restructuring of a service agreement, and research and analysis on intellectual property matters.
Svetlana McManus focuses on privacy and security matters. Svetlana draws on her unique government experience when advising her clients on a range of cybersecurity issues.
KC Halm advises the firm’s clients on privacy and data/network security issues under federal and state law, with a recent focus on issues arising under the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA), the telephone and cable privacy sections of the Telecommunications Act (CPNI), and mobile privacy and location-based services.