A former assistant attorney general, Kyle has extensive experience investigating and litigating privacy and advertising law violations. He now draws on that experience to advise clients on their own data privacy, cybersecurity and advertising risks, and is regularly retained by corporations to defend and resolve enforcement actions.
Kyle has a solid understanding of domestic and international privacy laws and counsels digital media companies looking to protect their digital property and avoid potential legal issues by negotiating and drafting licensing, joint venture and data sharing agreements.
Further, Kyle understands the technical, contractual, intellectual property and regulatory issues affecting e-commerce companies. He handles a wide range of matters in this area, including e-commerce transactions agreements, privacy and data concerns, and webpage development and advertising.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kyle R. Dull