Greg Lederman is a Partner at Mullen Coughlin and concentrates his practice on data privacy and cybersecurity, beginning with the preparation for, investigation of, and response to all aspects of data privacy and security incidents. He assists in the determination of the nature and scope of the intrusion and counsels his clients as to any legal obligations which result under state, federal and international law or any contractual duties. Throughout the incident and investigation, Greg directs forensics investigators and works with law enforcement to ascertain what happened, confirm that the incident has been contained and identify any resulting legal duties. Following the incident, he works with his clients to ensure legally compliant notification of affected individuals and management of all ensuing state and federal regulatory inquires and investigations.
Prior to joining Mullen Coughlin, Greg served as an Assistant District Attorney for the Office of the Philadelphia District Attorney in its Major Trials division, where he successfully prosecuted cases ranging from non-fatal shootings, home invasion robberies, complex narcotics cases and firearms offenses, as well as computer and financial crimes. Greg was lead counsel on over a dozen jury trials, in addition to handling several hundred bench and waiver trials; grand jury matters; pre-trial evidentiary hearings; and sentencings. Greg utilizes his extensive litigation and investigative experience to rapidly and successfully assist organizations with the challenges of their unique data privacy and security incident.