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Data & Privacy

Now more than ever, companies must be able both to capitalize on – and guard - data. Thomas & LoCicero attorneys have been assisting clients with data and privacy issues for decades. We have significant experience helping clients obtain government data, and we regularly counsel clients concerning the handling of private information.

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Thomas & LoCicero also routinely advises clients concerning obligations to keep data private. We have negotiated terms of data-sharing agreements between companies. And we routinely advise clients concerning how they use information others might call private.

Privacy concerns are at the top of regulatory radar screens, and even the smallest enterprise can find itself subject to multiple regulatory schemes that grow increasingly complex and often overlap - or at times conflict - with other obligations.

Digital communication is essential to most businesses regardless of size, industry or geographic boundaries. Thomas & LoCicero attorneys are ready to help you obtain and manage electronic information.

Our success forcing public agencies to disclose information is unequaled. Following the 2000 election, our attorneys helped the nation's leading newspapers gather data about voting in Florida, including absentee voter information from all Florida's 67 counties. More recently, we convinced a court to order the disclosure of dependency court data that judicial administrators sought to conceal. We’ve also litigated matters related to COVID-19 cases within Florida long-term care facilities, and we helped clients obtain statewide COVID-19 fatality and school infection data.  These are just some examples of our extensive experience helping clients gather information.

 

 

Beyond the courtroom, Thomas & LoCicero provides mediation and arbitration services. Gregg D. Thomas  and Jon M. Philipson both serve as mediators and arbitrators throughout Florida. To learn more about their backgrounds and services, please visit our Dispute Resolution page.