Our editorial board and contributors are part of Faegre Drinker’s privacy, cybersecurity and data strategy team. We offer our clients insights and thought-leadership from professionals across our firm. Our experienced team evaluates information privacy and security practices, responds to regulatory compliance inquiries and investigations, and handles litigation related to information privacy and security compliance.
Peter W. Baldwin
Peter Baldwin draws on his experience as a former federal prosecutor to counsel clients facing government investigations and cybersecurity issues. For clients facing cybersecurity incidents, Pete offers valuable insight before, during and after incidents occur, and he assists clients in the areas of forensic analysis, breach remediation, victim notification, and responding to inquiries by regulators and law enforcement agencies. He counsels clients facing a wide array of issues, including network intrusions, business email compromise scams, malware and ransomware. He also helps clients determine whether and when it is appropriate to contact law enforcement authorities; in the course of such engagements, Pete has helped clients develop valuable relationships and contacts with law enforcement agencies. Read Pete’s full bio.
Huw Beverley-Smith advises customers and suppliers on a wide range of international transactions and regulatory issues, including technology, telecommunications and business process outsourcing, complex services agreements, intellectual property ownership and licensing. He counsels clients on privacy and cybersecurity issues and helps navigate regulatory hurdles and operational and commercial risks. Huw is the author of several books and articles on intellectual property and privacy, including “Rights in Data and Information” in the Oxford Handbook of Intellectual Property Law. Read Huw’s full bio.
Laura H. Phillips
Laura Phillips leads the firm’s telecommunications & mass media team. She counsels technology entrepreneurs and represents these clients on issues related to the development of new technologies, including devoting substantive attention to the development of privacy frameworks, spectrum transitions, and regulatory matters stemming from communications service convergence, the growth of wireless services and the Internet. Laura also counsels clients on managing government mandates, government enforcement and compliance matters. Read Laura’s full bio.
Jane E. Blaney
Jane Blaney assists clients seeking solutions related to insurance matters, with concentrated knowledge in health insurance, regulatory and privacy matters, and data and technology services. Jane is currently pursuing her Master’s in Health Analytics from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University, focusing on business strategy and advancement, through use of data analytics and technology. Read Jane’s full bio.
Grayson F. Harbour
Grayson Harbour is particularly interested in the intersection of technology, privacy and law as applied to the modern workforce. Grayson has a host of experience in cybersecurity, including conducting cybersecurity compliance assessments, researching cybersecurity policy issues and managing engagements-focused preventative measures using HIPAA, NIST 800-53, NIST 800-171, and other security frameworks. Read Grayson’s full bio.
Charlotte H.N. Perowne
Charlotte Perowne advises clients on a wide range of international transactions and regulatory issues, including technology transactions, outsourcing, intellectual property ownership and licensing, data privacy, and cybersecurity. Charlotte helps clients navigate U.K. and EU data protection and other regulatory risks and advises international clients across a range of industries on commercial projects and international transactions. Read Charlotte’s full bio.