Regulatory Enforcement and Disputes

Data breaches can cause a multitude of corporate issues, but the one that is always of paramount concern to organizations is a regulatory enforcement action. XPAN Law works closely with corporations facing complex and challenging regulatory enforcement actions or regulatory oversight. Regardless of what a company is facing from State District Attorneys and Attorneys General and/or federally by United States Attorneys, XPAN Law has the necessary experience to provide comprehensive legal advice to address these issues promptly and efficiently. All regulatory investigations and any litigation are always handled by one of the firm’s experienced and highly respected partners. Our clients can rely on receiving a response from attorneys who have faced these issues before and know how to skillfully guide them through the process.

Whether we are working proactively or responding to active regulatory investigations, XPAN Law provides straight-forward and practical legal advice its clients can depend on. We make every attempt to initially prevent litigation through meticulous research and strategic negotiation in order to fully protect the interests of our clients and keep in mind their defined goals for what they consider is a successful outcome. But sometimes the courtroom is unavoidable. XPAN Law is ready and experienced to enter into complex litigation and willing to relentlessly defend or negotiate settlements on behalf of its clients.

XPAN Law helps its clients respond to inquiries and conform to the rules set out by regulatory agencies and who are also impacted by domestic and international laws, including:

  • The Office of Civil Rights (“OCR”)
  • The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”)
  • State Attorneys General Offices
  • New York Department of Financial Services (“NYDFS”)

XPAN Law’s practical knowledge and strategic focus on data privacy and cybersecurity, along with its preparation and readiness, provides its clients with a clear and unparalleled advantage when addressing issues of regulatory enforcement actions and disputes.

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