Experienced private- and public-sector executive attorney who focuses his law practice in privacy, cybersecurity, critical infrastructure, national/homeland security, and international law for corporate and individual clients. JD, MA in Law and Diplomacy, CIPP/US.
David focuses his law practice primarily on the data privacy, cybersecurity, critical infrastructure, and business needs of North Carolina and global clients. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional with fifteen years of legal experience, including as acting associate general counsel of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Consultations and retainer-based services are available for individuals and businesses of all sizes on legal and policy matters arising under state, federal, foreign, and international law. Representative services include: data breach planning and response; compliance with NC, U.S. and European Union privacy laws; privacy impact assessments; cybersecurity and privacy plans; advice to corporate officers and boards; and critical infrastructure regulatory matters.
David also provides tailored consulting services to individuals and public and private entities. He draws on his twenty years of leadership experience as law firm partner, executive federal lawyer, law professor, and army military police officer to help individuals and organizations set and achieve strategic goals. Current community engagement includes Member of the Board of the North Carolina Veterans Business Association, co-founder of Chatham Tech Talk, and professor in UNC Chapel Hill’s Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense. David’s scholarly writing is available here.
Pittsboro, NC 27312
Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
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