August 11, 2020

Volume X, Number 224

Privacy & Security Practice Group at Mintz Levin

The frictionless flow of information is a defining feature of today’s information economy. Your organization’s ability to transfer customer data, employee files, financial records, and other information around the country or the globe quickly and cheaply has opened a world of new opportunities. Privacy laws vary by jurisdiction and are interpreted unpredictably, and even if your business is extremely conscientious, it can make a false step as it captures, uses, transfers, and discloses personal information. The consequences can be serious and even devastating — heavy fines, injunctions, government audits, even criminal liability and damaging media attention.

Our practice, ranked by Chambers USA and Chambers Global, draws upon broad experiences related to technology, health, communications, antitrust, competition, and consumer protection to counsel clients on a day-to-day basis regarding their privacy and data security policies. We have assisted our clients with the formulation and implementation of policies and best practices for information management that are compliant with the changing and growing body of international, federal, and state privacy statutes.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Privacy & Security Practice Group at Mintz Levin



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