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Angelo is an experienced trial attorney who has handled matters in courts and before arbitration tribunals throughout the U.S. He focuses his practice on data privacy and security, consumer financial services, and higher education.

On March 25, a huge sigh of relief was heard from businesses and organizations located throughout the United States and Europe after the U.S. and European Commission announced their agreement in principle on a new Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework (Framework) to effectuate the cross-border transfer of personal data from the European Union (EU) to the

On January 28, following the European Commission’s June 4, 2021 issuance of modified standard contractual clauses (SCCs), the United Kingdom’s (U.K.) secretary of state for digital, culture, media, and sport, presented the U.K. Parliament with two new mechanisms to effectuate cross-border transfers of data: (1) the International Data Transfer Agreement (the IDTA) and (2)

Organizations worldwide were busy this weekend after Keyasa, a software provider servicing more than 40,000 organizations, disclosed that it was the victim of a sophisticated cyberattack that is believed to have been orchestrated by REvil, a cybercriminal acting out of Russia. This latest announcement comes on the heels of several high-profile ransomware attacks that have

Thursday, June 24 • 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET

The General Data Protection Regulation was passed May 25, 2018 and sparked a worldwide discussion on how organizations both within and outside the EU approach data privacy.

During this webinar, our speakers will provide an overview of the law, discuss key trends and observations since its

The Second Circuit recently issued a decision in McMorris v. Carlos Lopez & Associates, LLC, No. 19-4310, 2021 U.S. App. LEXIS 12328 (2nd Cir. Apr. 26, 2021), which clarifies the circumstances under which plaintiffs alleging an increased risk of future identity theft or fraud due to the exposure of their personal data can establish

Date: May 10 – 13, 2021

We are pleased to announce that Troutman Pepper attorneys, David Anthony, Angelo Stio III, and Troy Jenkins, will present the panel, “Racial Equity and Fair Lending Standards: What You Need to Know” on May 11 at the virtual OLA’s 2021 Compliance University. The panel will answer the

On February 4, the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) released the Cyber Insurance Risk Framework (Framework), which is considered the first guidance by a U.S. regulator on cyber insurance. The Framework is aimed at property and casualty insurers that provide cyber insurance, as well as other insurers that do not write specific cyber

Do you want a simple way to keep current on important privacy changes? Avoid sleepless nights wondering whether you missed a privacy speed bump or pothole between annual updates? Worry no longer. Troutman Pepper is pleased to offer More Privacy Please, a monthly newsletter recapping significant industry and legal developments, as well as trends

September 29, 2020
2pm – 3pm ET

Join us on Tuesday, September 29th as a panel of Troutman Pepper class action litigators examine recent developments in class action litigation in 2020 and provide insights on what the future holds. The panel will dive into the major decisions that were rendered this past year, and explore

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) held its public workshop on the proposed changes to the Safeguards Rule under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 (“GLBA”). The FTC has not updated the Safeguards Rule since implementing it in 2003. With substantial developments in the way businesses increasingly depend and operate using non-public personal information through electronic means