Justin W. Bogle is an Associate at Mullen Coughlin, primarily focusing his practice on data privacy and security incident response. Justin assists organizations of all sizes and across all industries in their response to, and investigation into, data privacy and security incidents such as ransomware, business email compromise (BEC) and third-party breaches, among others. After coordinating with third-party forensic investigators to determine the nature and scope of the incident, Justin counsels victim organizations on their notification requirements and other legal obligations as it relates to state, federal or international law, as well as by contract or industry-related regulations. He also coordinates post-incident services for organizations, such as credit/identity monitoring, public relations and communications and law enforcement reporting.
Justin was previously a Law Clerk at Mullen Coughlin, where he assisted in the research of state data breach laws. He also reviewed contracts and data files to determine obligations and responsibilities of the organization stemming from a data privacy and security incident.
Justin attained his juris doctor from Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law, focusing his concentration on intellectual property law. During law school, he was a member of the Intellectual Property Law Society and had his publication “Adding Friction to a Frictionless World: Cryptocurrency and Intellectual Property Protections” place second for the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Annual Intellectual Property Writing Competition in 2022.
Justin was also the Managing Editor of Research and Writing for the Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal.
- “Adding Friction to a Frictionless World: Cryptocurrency and Intellectual Property Protections,” 2022 PA Bar Assoc. Intellectual Property Writing Competition, 2022 (PDF)