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Calvin Cohen


Calvin Cohen advises clients on a broad range of data privacy and cybersecurity matters, including regulatory inquiries, litigation and internal investigations, transactional matters, and compliance with state and federal privacy laws. Mr. Cohen has also advised clients in the area of government contracts.

While in law school, Mr. Cohen successfully represented an indigent plaintiff before the Sixth Circuit on a matter of first impression concerning computer monitoring software and the federal Wiretap Act.

  • Advises multiple clients in responding to data and cybersecurity incidents, including subsequent internal investigations, state and federal notification obligations, and associated regulatory and litigation risks.
  • Advises clients in connection with transactional matters, focusing on regulatory and compliance issues involving data privacy, information security, and cybersecurity.
  • Successful representation of a client in privacy-related lawsuit arising under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
  • Assists clients in drafting privacy policies and terms of use for their websites, mobile applications, and other services.
  • Provides ongoing privacy and cybersecurity counsel to a number of companies.
  • Assisted client with the termination and closeout of multiple SBIR grants supporting an overarching research program.

Pro Bono

  • Current representation of criminal defendant charged with armed carjacking.
  • Represented an individual in appealing the Virginia Department of Transportation’s denial of his permit application to display gun violence protest signs.
  • Drafted amicus brief on behalf of multiple civil liberties organizations to support plaintiffs in dispute over border searches of electronic devices.
  • Drafted comment to FTC on educational technology issues for non-profit educational technology provider.
  • Provided guidance on legal requirements for a DC nonprofit organization for its rebid proposal with the District of Columbia.