Alan Charles Raul
is a partner and the founder and leader of Sidley’s privacy and cybersecurity practice. He represents companies on federal, state and international privacy, cybersecurity and digital technology issues. His practice covers global data protection and compliance programmes, data breaches, crisis management, consumer protection issues and internet law. Alan advises companies on cybersecurity preparedness and digital governance, and on litigation, regulatory defence, internal investigations, and policy advocacy. He handles consumer class actions, enforcement matters and public policy involving the FTC, State Attorneys General, the SEC, the FCC, the DOJ, international data protection authorities and other government agencies. Alan is a member of the American Bar Association’s Cybersecurity Legal Task Force, the Technology Litigation Advisory Committee of the US Chamber Litigation Center, the PLI’s Privacy Law Advisors Group, the governing Board of Directors of the Future of Privacy Forum, and the Center for Democracy and Technology’s Advisory Committee.
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