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Cybersecurity & Data Privacy

Cybersecurity & Data Privacy

Technological advances and our connected world have resulted in an increased responsibility to safeguard information, whether it is personally identifying information, protected health information, payment card information, or confidential and proprietary information relating to your or another’s business. In the event of a potential compromise, it is important to act quickly, deploy an incident response team, evaluate insurance coverage, and analyze the statutes and contractual obligations that may apply.

LPHS attorneys are experienced in incident response planning, as well as incident response. We represented clients in security incidents involving intentional employee misconduct, employee negligence and bad actors. We assisted clients in responding to ransomware attacks.

We understand the importance of attorney-client privilege in connection with these types of matters, and we routinely work with and engage industry-leading professionals to assist in forensic investigations and other aspects of incident response.

LPHS supplements its cybersecurity and data privacy expertise with its deep trial and litigation experience, including class-action defense.