Elizabeth McGinn, Amanda Lawrence, James Chou and David Rivera

Elizabeth E. McGinn, a partner at Buckley LLP, focuses her practice on assisting clients in identifying, evaluating and managing the risks associated with cybersecurity, internal privacy and information security practices, as well as those of third-party vendors. A significant part of her practice involves addressing data security breaches, working proactively with clients to prevent data security breaches and responding to regulatory inquiries, investigations and enforcement actions related to privacy, information security and cybersecurity issues.
Amanda R. Lawrence is a partner at Buckley LLP, where she assists clients in managing cybersecurity, privacy, information security and vendor risks and compliance, as well as evaluating and addressing potential data security incidents, including drafting consumer and regulator notifications. She is a frequent author and lecturer on litigation and compliance issues in financial services, including privacy, cybersecurity, data breach, mortgage origination enforcement and litigation, RMBS, class actions and FTC and other regulator priorities.
James C. Chou is an associate at Buckley LLP. He assists clients in a broad range of transactional and regulatory matters with a focus on cybersecurity and privacy issues, which include security incident management and response. Previously, he was a Defense Analyst and Senior Operations Research Analyst for the U.S. Army.
David Rivera is a regulatory attorney at Buckley LLP. His practice includes assisting clients with privacy, data security and information governance issues, as well as compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, the New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule and state breach notification and security laws.
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Buckley LLP attorneys summarize key privacy issues employers face as they implement return-to-work plans and discuss how companies can minimize these concerns while maximizing workplace safety. Consumer privacy has been a key area of focus over the past several years, but as companies begin return-to-work operations, they discover that employee privacy looms large as well. Well-intentioned companies seeking to keep employees safe...

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