Troy Daniels is an Associate in Mullen Coughlin’s Incident Response service area. Troy represents organizations across all industries in their response and investigation into a real or suspected data privacy and security incident. In his role, he assists clients in the coordination of forensic investigation firms in the determination of the scope of the incident, as well as the involvement of other third-parties such as law enforcement and regulatory agencies. He also counsels clients on their compliance with data breach notification requirements under local, state, federal or international law, as well as by contract or industry regulations (if applicable).
In his transition to a data privacy and security practice, Troy has completed numerous hours of coursework in data privacy and security education on topics including cybersecurity in federal procurement; enterprise risk management; the use of SCCs under the GDPR post-Schrems II; incident response; ransomware; and data privacy and security best practices, among others.
Prior to joining Mullen Coughlin, Troy was a senior-level attorney for the City of Dayton, OH’s law department managing a 100+ weekly caseload and all aspects of criminal prosecution. In addition, he counseled city leadership on policy, risk mitigation and litigation management strategies, drafted multiple pieces of legislation and investigated cybercrimes while serving as the law department’s liaison to the City of Dayton’s IT department.
SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS & PRESENTATIONS
- “Pedestrian Safety,” Ohio Municipal Attorneys Association, Columbus, OH, December 2019
- “Confrontation, Hearsay, and the Uncooperative Victim,” Ohio Municipal Attorneys Association, Columbus, OH, December 2017
- “OVI Update – Longer Lookbacks and the Latest on Birchfield,” Ohio Municipal Attorneys Association, Columbus, OH, December 2017
- “Panhandling and the First Amendment,” Ohio Municipal Attorneys Association, Columbus, OH, July 2017
- “Hearsay and the Confrontation Clause,” University of Dayton Law School, Dayton, OH, 2015-2016
- “Advanced Domestic Violence Training,” City of Dayton Police Department Academy, Dayton, OH, 2014
- “Plus at Pretext: Resolving the Split Regarding the Sufficiency of Temporal Proximity Evidence in Title VII Retaliation Cases,” Gonzaga Law Review, 2009
- “Kentucky’s Statutory Collateral Consequences Arising from Felony Convictions: A Practitioner’s Guide,” Northern Kentucky Law Review, 2008