JD Supra Readers’ Choice Awards 2020
Two attorneys from Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner have been recognized as 2020 JD Supra Top Authors. In addition, BCLP received a Top Firm Award in the category of Data Privacy.
The annual Readers’ Choice Awards recognize the authors and firms most read by C-suite executives, in-house counsel, media and other professionals across the JD Supra platform during all of last year.
Boulder Partner David Zetoony was recognized in the area of data privacy, which includes GDPR, CCPA, data collection and privacy laws. Co-leader of BCLP’s global Data Privacy & Security Practice, Zetoony is regularly called on by some of the world’s most complex organizations to confront their United States and European privacy and security challenges. He has helped hundreds of clients design or validate privacy programs to comply with the GDPR and United States law, and has navigated complex data security incidents and security breaches on behalf of numerous clients. He also has successfully defended companies’ privacy and security practices before the Federal Trade Commission, European supervisory authorities and other regulatory agencies.
London Partner Rebecca Quayle was recognized in the area of airlines and aviation. She advises clients on asset finance transactions across a range of asset classes with a particular focus on aircraft. She has extensive experience in cross-border leasing, secured lending, export credit transactions, residual value insurance, and portfolio sales and acquisitions and has been recognized for her work on high-value and innovative mandates.
This year’s Readers’ Choice Awards recognize 26 firms and 235 authors from the 50,000 who published on the site in 2019. JD Supra Readers’ Choice Awards reflect a deep dive into reader data that takes into account total visibility and engagement among readers across many industries, with recognition given for consistently highest readership and engagement.
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