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Daniel Fortune represents clients in matters involving cybersecurity, white collar defense, government enforcement actions, and regulatory compliance. Prior to joining Bradley, Daniel served as the lead cybersecurity attorney at a litigation boutique, and as a state prosecutor and federal prosecutor litigating matters involving computer forensics, white collar crime, and government investigations. As the Deputy Chief Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Criminal Division, he supervised major cybercrime, white collar fraud, public corruption, asset forfeiture, and national security matters. He also served as the Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Coordinator with top-secret security clearance, working on matters involving cleared defense contractors.

Defense Contractor Denied FCA Summary Judgment in First Test of DOJ’s New Civil Cyber-Fraud InitiativeOn February 1, 2022, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California ruled that a False Claims Act (FCA) case against defense contractor Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings and Aerojet Rockdyne Inc. (collectively “Aerojet”) could go forward on triable issues of fact as to whether noncompliance with government cybersecurity requirements are material to the