Nathan D. Taylor

Nathan D. Taylor

Partner

Northern Virginia, (202) 778-1644
Washington D.C., (202) 778-1644

Education

Georgetown University (B.S., 2000)
University of Virginia School of Law (J.D., 2003)

Bar Admissions

Virginia
District of Columbia

Recognized as an authority on financial privacy issues, Nathan helps financial institutions and other companies develop practical solutions for complying with privacy and data security laws. In particular, Nathan tackles the most complex issues relating to the privacy and security of financial information. Co-author of the leading financial privacy treatise, The Law of Financial Privacy, Nathan is recognized in the industry for his exceptional legal work, including being named to Chambers USA’s 2018 and 2019 lists of Up and Coming Nationwide Privacy & Data Security practitioners. The publication highlighted that clients have praised him as “a tremendous lawyer” who is “smart and quick on his feet” with a “strong depth of knowledge and experience.”

As state privacy law appears to be entering a new era with the adoption of the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”), Nathan is assisting many banks, insurance companies, broker dealers, and other financial institutions in making sense of the complex law and the challenges presented by significant, but often confusing, new privacy obligations. Given the breadth of his work on CCPA issues, Nathan provides clients with valuable benchmarking across the financial industry.

Nathan also continues to help companies across industries develop solutions to comply with the myriad state data breach and data security laws that have been enacted since 2003. Understanding the complexities that businesses face in complying with these laws, Nathan testified before Congress on the challenges that the ever-growing patchwork of state laws present. These are complexities that he understands intimately, having advised companies on hundreds of significant data incidents, including many of the nation’s largest and highest-profile data breaches.

Nathan also has defended companies in Congressional and state AG investigations regarding privacy and data security. He represented Target in its defense of a multistate AG investigation into the company’s 2013 data breach, resulting in a settlement with 47 states and the District of Columbia, at the time the largest-ever multistate settlement for a data security incident.

Nathan contributes to the development of the firm’s Privacy Library and MoFoNotes subscription database, which help companies keep apprised of privacy and data security compliance requirements in jurisdictions around the world.

Legal 500 US 2019
Recommended for Cyber Law (including Data Protection and Privacy)

Chambers USA 2019
Recognized as an Up and Coming lawyer in Nationwide Privacy & Data Security

Legal 500 US 2015
Recognized in the area of Cyber Crime

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