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Atlanta Privacy & Data Security Attorney | Kurt Kastorf Law Firm
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Data Privacy & Protection

Kastorf Law helps companies facing government investigations and attendant civil litigation for data breaches and allegations of inadequate privacy protection. It also counsels companies to keep them out of trouble to begin with, particularly when it comes to crafting effective privacy policies and ensuring compliance with foreign data protection laws.

Kastorf Law helps organizations implement and defend their data privacy and protection programs, providing both compliance counselling and helping companies impaced by a data breach.

Why should you hire Kastorf Law?

Kastorf Law should be in your rolodex both before and after a data breach. The firm provides both routine and specialized compliance counselling at a fraction of the cost and with more flexible fee arrangements than large national law firms, making it a sensible choice for your routine consultations on privacy matters. But the firm’s background in litigation and enforcement investigations also makes it a smart first call when your privacy program is in crisis, such as following a data breach or after the commencement of a government investigation.

You should call Kastorf Law for data privacy compliance work if you are in one of the following situations:

  • Your organization needs outside counsel that it can call on a regular basis to ask data privacy and protection questions, and would prefer the personal contact and flexible rates of a boutique firm over working with a large, national firm.
  • You would like to complete a particular data protection legal project, such as joining the Privacy Shield Program, and would like a firm that produces similar work product as large Washington, D.C. practices but offers flat fee arrangements significantly less expensive than large firms.

You should also call Kastorf Law when you have a privacy crisis, in the following situations:

  • You have discovered an error in your privacy practices and need a time sensitive investigation done and solutions proposed.
  • You are facing an enforcement investigation from a regulatory body.
  • You have recently learned of a data breach and would like a team organized and put in place to coordinate a response.
  • You already have a legal team in place to respond to a breach or enforcement investigation, but civil litigation is now on the horizon and you need a trial attorney to join your team.

Kastorf Law helps companies facing government investigations and attendant civil litigation for data breaches and allegations of inadequate privacy protection. It also counsels companies to keep them out of trouble to begin with, particularly when it comes to crafting effective privacy policies and ensuring compliance with foreign data protection laws.