DOJ Vet Continues Davis Wright's Privacy, Security Growth

Law360 (June 15, 2018, 7:42 PM EDT) -- Davis Wright Tremaine LLP has bolstered its privacy and securities practice with a U.S. Department of Justice attorney who led the government in a case targeting illegal trading based on hacked data and the prosecution of a Russian government agent behind a massive cyberattack on Yahoo.

Christopher A. Ott joined the firm’s Washington, D.C., office, on June 4 as a partner in the privacy and security practice group after spending 14 years at the Justice Department, where he most recently served as supervisory counterintelligence and cyber counsel in the department’s National Security Division. He told Law360 on Friday that at Davis...

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