Nathan Salminen counsels clients regarding transactional, privacy, and cybersecurity matters. Nathan focuses on helping his clients secure favorable terms in agreements that involve sensitive or valuable data, evaluating the privacy and data security risks associated with mergers or acquisitions, assessing data breaches, and assisting his clients in complying with privacy laws.
Nathan advises leading companies regarding the privacy and data security terms in service and licensing agreements, with a focus on agreements that involve personally identifiable or other regulated or sensitive data. Nathan's experience includes drafting, revising, and negotiating agreements for clients in many sectors of the economy, including healthcare, manufacturing, entertainment, and finance. Nathan also has extensive experience assessing the privacy and data security risks of companies in connection with mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, or potential vendor relationships.
Before becoming a lawyer, Nathan worked as a software engineer for 13 years, and he has broad knowledge of software development and network security. Many important privacy and cybersecurity matters span both the legal and technical realms. Nathan is able to offer his clients experience in both of those realms. Nathan has managed security risk assessments, security compliance efforts, and data breach responses for his clients.
Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Nathan was an associate in a large, international law firm where he focused on technology transactions, intellectual property, and privacy. Nathan also worked for the Senate Subcommittee on Privacy, Technology, and the Law for a summer as a law clerk.