Dominic Panakal is an associate in Baker McKenzie's Privacy and Technology practice, based in the New York office. Dominic was named by National Law Review as a "Go-To Thought Leader" for Cybersecurity.
Dominic focuses his practice on regulatory and transactional issues in global privacy and data protection. He regularly advises clients on international and domestic data privacy laws, including matters such as cross border data transfers and managing data incident responses and breach notification process. Dominic counsels clients on meeting regulatory and contractual obligations concerning the collection, use, transmission, retention, and destruction of data. He also has experience with software, IT and IP contracting.
- Georgia~United States (2019)
- University of Notre Dame Law School (JD) (2018)
- Rutgers University (BA) (2011)
- Co-Presenter, “Beyond Breaches: Affirmative State Law Duties to Protect Data,” Association of Corporate Counsel CLE Program (May 2019).
- Co-Presenter, “Privacy and Cybersecurity Issues,” Toyota Industries Corporation Legal Conference (December 2019).
- Author, "New HHS Rules Would Simplify Emergency Data Sharing Procedures," The National Law Review, December 2020.
- Author, "Newly Formulated Contract Terms Are the Key to EU-US Data Transfers," The National Law Review, December 2020.
- Author, "School Stakeholders Navigating Student Privacy," The National Law Review, October 2020.
- Author, "Singapore Captures Citizen Faces to Manage Daily Life," The National Law Review, October 2020.
- Author, "You Have Been Weighed in the Balance and Found Wanting (Or at Least, Inadequate)," The National Law Review, October 2020.
- Author, "The CPRA Will Bring New Rights, Responsibilities and Regulators to California Data Privacy Law," The National Law Review, October 2020.
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