The USLAW NETWORK Data Privacy & Security Practice Group includes lawyers with years of experience in wide-ranging practice areas, including but not limited to cyber, healthcare, retail, technology litigation, professional liability, white collar, employment, class action, risk management, crisis management and counseling. They serve a diverse client base that includes Fortune 500 corporations to privately held firms affected by cybercrime. USLAW member attorneys also counsel leading companies in matters involving the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, the Stored Communications Act and HIPAA.

Why Choose USLAW Data Privacy & Security Law Firms?

The importance of protecting personal, financial, health and other identifying information is at an all-time high and the risks and breaches seem to mount on a daily basis.  Attorneys in the USLAW NETWORK Data Privacy & Security Practice Group are knowledgeable in the various privacy and cyber rules, regulations and laws governing jurisdictions across the United States and around the world. They can identify the data protection laws applicable to your business and develop protective plans to enable you to comply with these laws and minimize your risk of a data breach.

If you do business you depend upon electronic data, whether it is customer data or your own trade secrets or other intellectual property. Data destruction or theft can be devastating and the liability for breach of third-party data, like credit card data, can be extreme. And, it’s not just the electronic filing systems that are at risk. Whether you store data on internal servers, remote servers or in the cloud, or in hard copy forms in a storage unit, there are inherent risks and effective safeguards that can be taken to protect data.

Attorneys in the Data Privacy & Security Practice Group lead their clients through implementation of data protection plans and preparation of incident response plans, which can include advice regarding forensics, security, public relations and insurance.  They are experienced leaders in handling data breach investigations and forensic analysis to learn from incidents and respond to government inquiry or private action claims. And they do all of this with established and proven cost-effective strategies.

Areas of Practice

Member firms are experienced in working with clients in a variety of matters, including:

  • ADA Employee Health Care Information Confidentiality
  • Breach Notification
  • Breach of Confidentiality
  • Breach of Contract
  • Cloud Computing
  • Class Action Lawsuits
  • Compliance
  • Computer Fraud and Abuse Litigation
  • Computer Security
  • Confidential Information Agreements
  • Constitutional Privacy Issues
  • COPPA
  • Cybersecurity
  • Data Breach Notification Laws (State and Federal)
  • Data Breaches and Incident Response
  • Data Brokers
  • Data Protection
  • Data Security
  • Directors and Officers Liability
  • E-Government Act
  • Fair Credit Reporting Act
  • Federal Privacy and Security Legislation
  • FERPA
  • Financial Privacy
  • Hacking
  • HIPAA/HITECH Compliance
  • HIPAA and Related Common Law Claim Litigation
  • Identity Theft
  • Information Governance
  • Information Security
  • International/Cross-Boarders Privacy Law
  • Invasion of Privacy
  • Litigation
  • Medical Privacy
  • Mobile Privacy
  • Online Data Tracking
  • Online Privacy
  • Payment Card Industry
  • PCI/DSS
  • Polygraph Protection Act
  • Privacy
  • Privacy Litigation
  • Privacy Policy Development
  • Regulatory Enforcement Actions
  • Risk Assessments
  • Securities Litigation
  • Security Policy Development
  • Social Media
  • State Reference Check Laws
  • Student Data Privacy
  • Trade Secret Misappropriation Litigation
  • Workforce Training
  • Workplace Privacy