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Meet Our Blog Contributors
Courtney Achee assists clients across industries with litigation and compliance needs. Courtney advises clients on compliance obligations under federal statutes and regulations, state privacy and data security laws, global data protection laws, and industry standards including GLBA, FCRA, FACTA, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, UDAP/UDAAP, COPPA, CCPA, GDPR, Privacy Shield, PCR, PCI DSS, and other laws.
Courtney has also assisted financial institutions with regulatory examinations conducted by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), including examinations on regulations such as TILA RESPA Integrated Disclosures Act (TRID) and Know Before You Owe.
Elizabeth M. Boone601.592.9924Email
Elizabeth advises clients on business transactions and compliance matters domestically and internationally, including contract negotiation, establishment and maintenance of legal entities, establishment of terms and conditions for the sale of goods, privacy compliance matters, employment matters and real estate transactions. She regularly assists clients with ensuring compliance with GDPR, EU ePrivacy Directive (cookie law), CCPA, and other state-specific privacy laws.
Leah M. Campbell704.338.6102Email
Leah Campbell has significant experience representing clients in both federal and state courts, as well as before state regulators. Prior to joining Bradley, Leah served as senior counsel in the Cyber/Intellectual Property/Information Technology group for Deutsche Bank AG in New York. In that capacity, Leah was responsible for negotiating outsourcings, software license agreements, SaaS agreements, consulting services agreements, commercial leases and construction agreements.
Shundra Crumpton is a privacy and litigation associate in Bradley’s Nashville office. She represents clients involved in complex business litigation and product liability disputes. She advises clients on CCPA and other state privacy compliance issues. She is involved in all aspects of a case, including motion practice, written and oral discovery, hearings, settlement negotiations and trial preparation.
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.
Erin Jane Illman704.338.6026Email
Recognized as a Board Certified Specialist in Privacy and Data Security Law by the State of North Carolina, Erin Illman is an experienced thought leader in privacy, security, and the integration of technology into business practices. Erin is co-chair of Bradley’s Cybersecurity and Privacy Practice Group and leads the Firm’s Fintech team. After practicing in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area for over a decade, Erin uses her deep experience with California state regulations to help clients navigate privacy and security concerns, consumer protection laws, as well other challenging legal matters that arise in the privacy space. She regularly advises clients on CCPA, GLBA, GDPR, HIPAA, COPPA, CAN-SPAM, FCRA, security breach notification laws, and other U.S. state and federal privacy and data security requirements, and global data protection laws.
Rachel M. LaBruyere704.338.6054Email
Rachel LaBruyere is a privacy and litigation associate in Bradley’s Charlotte office. She regularly advises clients on CCPA and GDPR compliance issues. Before joining Bradley, Rachel served as a Legal Intern in the United States Attorneys’ Office and an Appellate Litigation Intern in the Office of the General Counsel at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Prior to law school, Rachel spent more than five years managing digital strategy for technology companies.
While in law school, Rachel gained a breadth of litigation experience working for the ACLU of North Carolina, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of North Carolina, and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s trial and appellate practices.
Amy Leopard advises clients on complex health matters, including health IT and privacy and security issues. Amy brings practical insights and knowledge from over 25 years in healthcare, including serving as a vice president in both academic medical center and community hospital settings with responsibilities for medical staff, clinical departments, quality improvements and medical records. She structures and negotiates technology contracts, licenses, joint ventures, data use, sharing and transfer agreements at the intersection of healthcare and technology. Amy has served as counsel on health information exchange (HIE) projects and has worked with electronic health record (EHR) and personal health record (PHR) vendors on privacy and security, fraud and abuse, and other regulatory issues. She taught advanced courses on Legal Issues in Health Information for the Kent State University M.S. in Health Informatics program. Amy has been listed in The Best Lawyers in America® for Health Care Law since 2006.
Jordan Stivers Luke615.252.2542Email
Jordan Stivers Luke assists clients in the technology and financial services industry in regulatory, operational, and transactional matters. She advises clients on day-to-day privacy and security operational issues and data breach response. She assists clients in drafting business agreements and other technology agreements, as well as privacy policies and procedures. Jordan advises clients on protecting the privacy and security of customer and proprietary information, and complying with the CCPA, UDAAP statutes, the FCRA and FACTA, the GLBA, COPPA, the TCPA, and other laws.
Junaid Odubeko is a litigator whose practice focuses on advising and representing clients in complex commercial and business disputes and real estate litigation. Businesses turn to Junaid for assistance with matters involving contract disputes and business torts. Junaid also represents clients in litigation involving real estate contracts and condemnation actions. He is known as a hard working and dedicated attorney, and his clients rely on him for his thoughtful, effective, and efficient resolution of their legal needs. Junaid has represented clients in many industries, including healthcare, financial services, transportation, lodging and entertainment and insurance.
Lissette C. Payne704.338.6039Email
Lissette Payne is an attorney in Bradley’s Banking and Financial Services Practice Group. She is designated as a Certified Information Privacy Professional by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, with U.S. Private Sector (CIPP/US) and European (CIPP/E) concentrations.
Lissette received a J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law, where she was president of the Hispanic/Latino Law Student Association, co-chair of the Student Bar Association’s Multicultural and Diversity Committee and a member of the Hispanic/Latino Law Student Association Moot Court Team. She received her B.A. in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Steve Snyder combines his engineering education and prior industry experience in information technology with 15 years of practicing as an attorney on matters involving complex legal challenges arising from emerging technology for clients across the country and beyond. Steve is also a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in Privacy and Data Security Law. Steve is a thought leader in privacy and data security and routinely writes and speaks on CCPA and privacy topics. He advises on all aspects of clients’ privacy and data security programs and regularly works with technical, legal, and business stakeholders to mitigate security and privacy risk. He helps clients implement robust cybersecurity programs and has developed training and educational materials.
Andrew Tuggle helps protect ideas by prosecuting and litigating patents, prosecuting and litigating trademarks, and protecting trade secrets. Fields in which he has helped prosecute patents include drones, data processing, boating, fishing, hunting, and telecommunications.