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A senior member of our Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice Group, Glenn Brown provides business-oriented advice to clients in numerous industries on data privacy and regulatory compliance matters, including regulatory investigations and examinations. He has experience driving privacy and compliance priorities within organizations and providing strategic counsel regarding privacy, compliance and risk to support the growth and success of the business.

Glenn also has deep experience advising clients regarding compliance with many of the US federal and state privacy laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act. Glenn is familiar with the legislative and regulatory landscape in the US and the EU and assists clients with developing strategies to address new developments.

Having served in-house in the capacity of Associate General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer for more than 10 years, Glenn has a first-hand understanding of the day-to-day issues faced by clients when creating corporate privacy programs, implementing corporate compliance systems and responding to government investigations and examinations.

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As noted earlier, a 1,815-page House bill has just been introduced that affords $3 trillion in relief to consumers and businesses impacted by COVID 19.  The bill (official title: the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act, or “HEROES Act”) addresses numerous topics, but I’d like to focus on one: amendments to the

In a recent single-plaintiff federal case in the Northern District of Georgia alleging violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (the “FCRA”), the court helpfully explored the contours of what constitutes a “consumer report.” [1]

Here’s the back story.  In 2016, a guy obtained a copy of his credit report from a consumer reporting agency