David Zetoony is the leader of the firm's consumer protection practice, which includes corporate data security, data privacy, advertising, and marketing practices.
David advises companies around the country on pressing consumer protection issues. Among other things, he has advised hundreds of companies before, and after, they have experienced a data security breach, he has represented companies before the Federal Trade Commission and state regulatory agencies, and has assisted companies with the creation, or maturity, of their compliance programs.
David has also defended companies in litigation involving consumer protection issues around the country, including litigating cases under various state unfair and deceptive practices acts including the UCL, CLRA, FAL, FDUPTA, Texas DTPA, MDCPA, DCPPA, and VCPA, and litigating cases under various data privacy and security statutes and standards including the TCPA, the California Safeguards Statute, the FTC Act, and the PCI-DSS standard for protecting credit card information.
He has received a number of national awards and recognitions for his consumer protection work. These include being named a “Trailblazer” of CyberSecurity & Data Privacy by the National Law Journal.
Mr. Zetoony has published numerous works on data privacy and security. Below is a selection of some of his publications from the last two years:
Mr. Zetoony has spoken at numerous venues and conferences. Below is a selection of some of his speaking engagements from the last two years: