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Lyndsay Medlin assists clients across industries with a variety of litigation, internal investigation, and compliance needs. Her experience includes assisting clients with drafting and developing policies and best practices to ensure compliance and prevent litigation; investigating and responding to internal whistleblower allegations, federal civil investigative demands, and state regulatory inquiries for financial services, healthcare, life sciences, and government contractor clients, and working closely with clients across industries to protect their business interests nationwide. With privacy and cybersecurity becoming paramount concerns for businesses, Lyndsay is also skilled at counseling clients regarding the nuances of privacy notices, protection of customer and client personal information, and for covered financial services clients, Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering compliance.

Technology Boom in NC? What You Should Know About the Proposed Regulatory Sandbox in the Tarheel StateTechnology is evolving and advancing at a dizzying pace across the globe. Emerging technologies are reimagining everything from how we interact with each other to how we interact with businesses and institutions. Given the upward trajectory of technology, it seems that the “innovation” business is ripe for opportunity — an opportunity that appears poised to

Energy and Infrastructure Companies Need to Know about the DOE’s and Other Agencies’ Focus on CybersecurityOn March 18, 2021, the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER) announced three new research programs that are “designed to safeguard and protect the U.S. energy system” from potential cyberattacks. The DOE also announced a 100-day plan to address cybersecurity risks to the U.S. electric system. Not to

Circuit Split No More: 2nd Circuit Clarifies Article III Standing in Data Breach CasesWhile more states push forward on new privacy legislation statutorily granting consumers the right to litigate control of their personal information, federal courts continue to ponder how data breach injury fits traditional standing requirements. Previous to McMorris v. Carlos Lopez, McMorris v. Carlos Lopez & Assocs., LLC, many have argued there was a circuit