Here’s a list of the movers and shakers in the privacy profession within the last month or so. Have a move or a shake of your own you’d like mentioned? Email Joe Duball at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cozen O'Connor added Frank Pugliese to its New York office. Pugliese, formerly of Baker & Hostetler, specializes in internal data management and privacy governance across industries, including professional services, retail, health care and investment banking. "Tech law is integral to every business large and small and an important part of our strategic growth plan. He’s an excellent addition to our Corporate Practice and our newly formed Technology, Privacy & Data Security group and I’m excited to welcome him to the firm," Cozen O'Connor Executive Chairman and CEO Michael Heller said.
Todd McClelland joined McDermott Will & Emery as a cybersecurity and privacy partner. McClelland serves clients on matters related to privacy compliance, data breach response and other information security-related issues, including pre-breach risk assessment and management, compliance and response preparedness. He was previously a partner at Jones Day and Alston & Bird before that.
Jami Mills Vibbert
Arnold & Porter brought Jami Mills Vibbert aboard as a partner in its New York office. Vibbert has vast experience in privacy compliance while also counseling clients on policy creation, risk assessments and management, and breach response. "Jami is a well-known industry expert who will enhance our ability to advise our clients on issues surrounding the protection of valuable data assets in a complex and rapidly changing regulatory environment," Arnold & Porter Chairman Richard Alexander said.
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