We are pleased to announce important additions to Mintz that clearly strengthen the Privacy & Security Group's bench.
Mark Robinson, Member (Boston) - Mark is a nationally recognized authority in government investigations and enforcement and cybersecurity defense, and a former deputy chief of the Criminal Division of the US Department of Justice (DOJ). He serves as Co-chair of the firm’s White Collar Defense Practice.
Mark represents public and private sector clients in connection with internal investigations, regulatory enforcement actions, commercial litigation, and large scale data breaches. He has been called upon by CEOs, directors and officers, audit committees, and senior executives in industries as varied as energy, automotive, media, health care, and financial services. His areas of focus include data breaches and cyber incidents, securities and procurement fraud, bid rigging, pharmaceutical pricing practices, accounting misconduct, false claims, and commercial bribery. Mark's already been quoted in last week's Wall Street Journal article, "The Rise of Cybercrime Extortion" (registration may be required).
Ari Moskowitz, Associate (Washington, DC) - Ari provides guidance to clients on complying with various federal and state privacy laws, including the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, cross-border data protection regulation, and data breach notification laws. With Ari, Mintz's Privacy & Security Group now boasts five attorneys with Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) credentials.
Peter Day, Associate (San Diego) - Our newest addition (joining today!), Peter advises and defends companies responding to governmental inquiries. He has represented clients facing inquiries from congressional committees, the Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, numerous state attorneys general, and several foreign regulators. Peter represents clients in connection with data breaches, breach notification laws, post-data breach remediation, network security, corporate compliance, and the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). He has also represented and advised clients in the financial services, defense, technology, and retail sectors regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information, financial information, and geo-location information.