Amy Baddley is an associate with Varnum's Data Privacy and Mobility teams. A CIPP/US certified information privacy professional, she analyzes clients’ compliance with newly-effective consumer data privacy laws, advises on regulatory requirements for electric and automated vehicle companies, and helps integrate data privacy provisions into client contracts. Amy is a skilled researcher and author of a recent journal article on data breach preparation, response, and recovery.
Amy has additional experience in matters involving antitrust liability, breaches of contract, and intellectual property liability.
Prior to law school, Amy served as a legislative assistant in the U.S. House of Representatives where she drafted a law that was enacted by President Obama in 2016 and advised on healthcare, tax, budget, and transportation legislation. She also worked in government relations on behalf of a cloud-based healthcare technology company in Boston, Massachusetts, on matters relating to federal data privacy and interoperability. She served as a summer associate at the American Enterprise Institute, and interned at the U.S. Department of State.
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