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Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP, a leading nationwide litigation law firm with over 220 attorneys in 20 offices in 10 states, is pleased to announce that Nicholas Jajko has joined the Firm as Senior Counsel in FMG’s National Data Security, Privacy & Technology practice section. Mr. Jajko will work in the Philadelphia office. FMG’s Data Security, Privacy & Technology practice group now consists of over 25 attorneys nationally with many of the group’s attorneys holding the Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) designation.
Before joining FMG, Mr. Jajko was breach counsel with the boutique cyber and incident response law firm, Mullen Coughlin, LLC. Before developing his practice in data security and privacy, Mr. Jajko was a trial attorney with Swartz Culleton, PC in Philadelphia. He also holds the CIPP/US certification and is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). In addition, he has been recognized by SuperLawyers (Pennsylvania & Delaware edition) as a Rising Star in “Technology Transactions.”
Mr. Jajko’s practice will continue to focus on cyber incident response and advising clients in their data security and privacy legal issues, including regulatory compliance with U.S. federal and state data security and privacy laws. He is part of FMG’s 24/7 emergency response team that handles cyber incidents such as data breaches, ransomware attacks, wire transfer fraud, and extortion demands. He also will handle litigation of data security and privacy litigation, including class action data breach cases, technology errors and omissions claims, and enforcement actions and investigations by government regulators.
Ben Mathis, FMG’s Managing Partner, said, “Nick is a very experienced cyber attorney who adds valuable depth and capability to our growing Data Security, Privacy & Technology practice. He also brings us trial and litigation experience, as our team continues its dramatic growth in both incident response and handling significant class action and Tech E&O claims.”