Buchalter’s Privacy and Data Security Group provides strategic and practical privacy and data protection counsel to clients on the collection, processing, retention, and disclosure of personal information. We routinely advise clients in a variety of industries and have extensive experience with consumer personal data, conducting and advising on privacy impact assessments, implementing privacy by design principals, managing regulatory investigations, technology transactions involving personal data, security breach response and preparedness, responding to data subject requests, and much more. When necessary, we won’t shy from litigation to defend and protect our clients’ legal interests in these complex and sensitive matters.
We understand that privacy and data security issues are not only dynamic, but daunting to many clients. The issues are nuanced, the liability is staggering, and the PR ramifications are debilitating. Privacy and data security is of the utmost importance in today’s business landscape. That is why we are here and why we will do everything we can to support your success.
The privacy landscape is in constant flux, both domestically and internationally. As a result, we track new legislation, enforcement efforts, and judgments on a daily basis. Our Research and Information Services Team actively monitors the privacy legislative landscape on the state, federal, and international level to ensure we stay abreast of any and all developments. Our team meets weekly to discuss recent developments and how we can practically assist our clients with their compliance and risk mitigation efforts. We host trainings and regularly attend industry conferences to assist with tracking important developments in this dynamically changing area of the law.
We take a practical, value-added approach and understand that “one-size fits all” does not work for privacy and data security matters. We work in your preferred manner and at your preferred cadence to ensure you are not only comfortable at each state of implementation, but understand the legal rationale for counsel.