With 2020 set to bring a record high number of data breaches, state legislatures across the country are continuing to strengthen their existing privacy statutes, and are creating new ones with an increased focus on consumer protection. This program, presented by Daniel Marvin and Alex D'Amico of Morrison Mahoney LLP, will provide an overview of emerging trends in this legislation, with an emphasis on how the states are shifting their focus towards comprehensive data privacy laws that put more control over how personal data is used in the hands of consumers, and what businesses must do to comply with these regulations. The program will also review the latest developments in data breach litigation to identify trends and topics of interest to anyone providing advice or counsel to clients in this area.
Daniel is a partner in the New York office of Morrison Mahoney and member of the firm’s Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection team where his practice focuses on data privacy, data security and cyber-insurance matters. As part of his practice, Daniel provides advisory services relating to the development, modification and implementation of written information security plans, employee data security policies, third-party vendor contracts and related corporate governance policies. Daniel counsels clients in all aspects of data breach prevention, detection and mitigation, as well as regulatory compliance with international, federal and state privacy and data protection laws, including the GLBA, GDPR , HIPAA, FTC Act and the N.Y.S. Department of Financial Services cybersecurity regulation. He also represents clients in litigation matters and regulatory inquiries arising from cyber incidents and breaches, assists clients in cybersecurity and privacy assessments, and conducts training for employees and management on data handling, crisis management and breach response.
Daniel is a frequent speaker and author on cybersecurity and data privacy topics and trends, and is the Editor of the Morrison Mahoney Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection Newsletter. In addition, he is a Member of the Rutgers University Cybersecurity Advisory Board, where he provides input and leadership designed to enhance the school’s Cybersecurity Certificate Program.
Daniel is also a member of Morrison Mahoney’s Insurance Fraud & Forensic Investigations Group, as well as the firm’s Financial Institutions Litigation Group, and has extensive experience in the litigation of insurance and healthcare fraud actions, as well as in the representation of domestic and international financial institutions, insurance carriers, hedge funds, corporations, and individuals in litigation, mediation and arbitration matters.
Prior to joining private practice, Daniel served as an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County, New York where he gained significant courtroom experience in the Office’s Criminal Court, Grand Jury and Trial Division Bureaus.
Alex R. D’Amico is an associate in the New York office of Morrison Mahoney. He concentrates his practice in the areas of data privacy and insurance fraud law. Alex handles complex actions pursued under theories such as common law fraud and civil racketeering (RICO). Alex also has extensive experience in aviation, maritime, and insurance coverage matters.
Alex is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and has earned its designation of Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).
New Jersey State Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
Maritime Law Association (MLA)
International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)
Madison Area YMCA, Board of Directors
Very informative and timely!
This was an excellent seminar. The speakers were very knowledgable, the information was timely and they were able to convey complex information in a way a non-technical lawyers can readily understand. Well done!
Excvellent presentation by both Mr. Marvin and Mr. Damico - clear, concise, cogent, presenation with illustrative cases and excellent use of analogies to drive the points home.
I thought the first three quarters of the program spoke to mostly ESI managers not practicing attorney. The case law in the final quarter was helpful though.
Excellent summary. I feel completely up to date. Thanks.
Great comprehensive overview and update.
Useful, practical information and advice.
This Is a I strong course but some items of discussion would need a little more context for a small law practice.