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Associate, Washington, D.C.
Michael Epshteyn is an associate in our Washington, D.C. office advising clients on privacy matters, with a particular focus on financial and medical privacy.
Michael has counseled clients on a wide range of privacy issues, including the collection and use of non-public personal information, state and federal breach notification requirements, third-party agreements that involve the transfer of personal information, privacy policies and notices, identity theft prevention programs, and the permissible uses of consumer report information.
Prior to joining our legal practice, Michael worked at another leading international law firm where he concentrated on financial regulatory and general privacy matters, and at a financial services boutique where he worked on regulatory, transactional, and privacy issues for financial institutions.
30 MAY 2013
"The FFIEC Social Media Guidance," MetricStream Webinar
23 APRIL 2013
"Social Media Reputational Risks: An Overview Based on the FFIEC's Proposed Social Media Guidance," Bank Safety & Soundness Advisor Webinar
11 OCTOBER 2012
"Flying Blind: How Banks Can Successfully Steer Their Social Media Programs in a Regulatory Fog," IAPP Privacy Academy
25 MAY 2011
"The Identity Theft Red Flags Rule: What Does the Healthcare Sector Need to Know?" AHC Media webinar
Hogan Lovells Publications
25 February 2014
"New U.S. Cybersecurity Framework Issued: In Wake of Cyberattacks and Lawsuits, How Should Organizations Respond?" Cybersecurity Alert, Hogan Lovells
11 July 2013
"Corporate social media: a high-level risk assessment." Global Media and Communications Quarterly: social media, Hogan Lovells
05 July 2013
"Global Media and Communications Quarterly: Focus on Social Media." GMC Quarterly, Hogan Lovells
25 January 2013
"FFIEC proposes social media compliance guidance; comments due March 25, 2013." Financial Institutions Group Alert, Hogan Lovells
07 October 2011
"Financial Institutions and Social Media." Data Guidance