Chambers USA recently released its 2019 rankings and we are pleased to announce that Hogan Lovells’ Privacy and Cybersecurity (PaC) practice once again received Band 1 recognition by Chambers USA. Chambers noted that PaC “[r]emains one of the country’s preeminent privacy and data security practices. A highly talented roster of attorneys advising clients on major data breaches and complex policy matters across a multitude of industries, including retail, automotive and media.”
We are pleased to announce the election of our new 2019 Hogan Lovells data protection partners and this expansion of our market-leading global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice. Congratulations to these talented lawyers helping to build and grow this emerging area of law.
Please join us for our June 2016 Privacy and Cybersecurity Events.
FTC Commissioner Julie Brill will join Hogan Lovells US LLP as a partner and co-leader of the Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice on 1 April. Commissioner Brill was appointed by President Obama to the FTC in 2010 and will complete her service on 31 March.
Anyone reading this blog already knows that cybersecurity is a team sport. No longer does the IT security department bear sole responsibility for protecting a company’s data and systems. Today companies are setting up enterprise-wide councils to oversee cybersecurity that include lawyers, risk managers, technical professionals, and other leaders. And if a breach occurs, that […]
As commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems begins to take flight, the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Information Management practice has partnered with colleagues from across the firm to respond to the needs of manufacturers and operators of UAS. The launch of the group comes at a time when government activity to regulate UAS is creating both new opportunities and risks in the marketplace.
Leading privacy and data protection lawyer Eduardo Ustaran joins Hogan Lovells as a partner today, 4 June. He will lead the European team of the firm’s global Privacy and Information Management practice.
Chambers USA recently released their 2014 rankings, and we are pleased to announce that Hogan Lovells’ Privacy and Information Management practice once again received the recognition of Band 1 by Chambers USA. Chambers noted “the firm has a first-class collection of people when it comes to new technologies. They have been sage on these issues and have helped us to shape emerging areas of law.”
Hogan Lovells is pleased to announce that we are among the first major law firms to launch implementation of Binding Corporate Rules (“BCRs”) for the worldwide protection by the firm of personal information. The implementation of these rules will not only add a level of protection and efficiency to privacy and data protection, but also provides a concrete example of Hogan Lovells’ experience with BCRs, relevant to clients of the firm also adopting BCRs.
Chambers Global has just been released, and we are pleased to report that the Hogan Lovells privacy and data protection practice has been ranked in the exclusive top tier of only five firms in the world. This recognition is gratifying and we appreciate the recognition from our clients and the profession of the Hogan Lovells’ […]
Hogan Lovells is proud to have six lawyers from its Privacy and Information Management group presenting at various sessions of this year’s IAPP Global Privacy Summit. For those attending the Summit, please consider attending the sessions this week to hear from members of the Hogan Lovells team about various cutting edge topics, as well as about how you can get involved in the IAPP’s public service initiative.
We are pleased to announce that Hogan & Hartson LLP and Lovells LLP have combined to form Hogan Lovells. We believe that this is a great combination that will benefit all our clients. In the Privacy and Information Management area especially, the combination gives us even greater breadth and depth. To learn more, read this entry.