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Chambers USA Recognizes Wiley Rein Privacy, Cyber & Data Governance Practice Attorneys as Among Best in the Country
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The 2019 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business has recognized Wiley Rein’s Privacy, Cyber & Data Governance practice as a nationwide leader. Chambers also acknowledges attorney Megan Brown as a Recognized Practitioner in the field.
Chambers acknowledges the practice for its “impressive work in healthcare privacy matters” and notes that it is considered highly adept at handling data breaches. Chambers also highlights the Firm’s expertise in tax privacy, international and EU data transfer matters, and electronic surveillance and law enforcement, and notes that Firm attorneys are frequently called on for advice on regulatory compliance issues, including HIPAA.
Chambers notes that sources say: "They provide very practical legal advice on topics that are usually time-sensitive. They have a strong bench and are very practically oriented, but also have a good view of government data and security. They also understand the litigation aspects that could develop and are strong on governance."
Additionally: "Their subject matter expertise is superior and if they do not have a specific expertise, they get it." And clients value that "they are very responsive and offer a real depth of experience."
The 2019 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business recognizes 31 Wiley Rein attorneys across 12 areas of law. The practices ranked as leaders nationwide are Election Law & Government Ethics, Government Contracts, International Trade, and Privacy, Cyber & Data Governance. The practices ranked as leaders in Washington, DC, are Insurance, Media, and Telecom, Media & Technology.
In addition, Wiley Rein is listed as a “Recognized Practitioner” for Environment, Litigation: White Collar Crime & Government Investigations, Franchising, and International Trade: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions.
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