Caroline is certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) as a Certified Information Privacy Professional – United States (CIPP/US) and her practice encompasses a broad range of business law and privacy and data security matters.
Caroline routinely assists clients with the formation of new business entities, stock purchase transactions, asset purchase transactions, and contract drafting and negotiation. She also advises planned communities and community association boards regarding corporate governance and rule adoption and enforcement.
As a member of the Privacy and Data Security Group, she regularly counsels clients across multiple industries, including the retail, technology, education, health care, and financial sectors, on a number of privacy and data security issues. Caroline assists clients on compliance matters involving HIPAA, GLBA, FCRA, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, FERPA, and other federal and state laws, and she regularly counsels clients in preventing, mitigating, and responding to data breaches and security incidents. Additionally, Caroline drafts compliance programs, terms and conditions, privacy notices, vendor agreements, and text and email outreach programs for clients of all sizes.
Caroline's Business experience includes:
Caroline's Data Privacy and Security experience includes:
North Carolina, 2016
One of my professors in law school joked that the reason we all chose to become attorneys was because we hated the sight of blood and couldn't hack it as doctors (true, at least in my case). But I also became a lawyer because I truly believe that no one has ever become poor by giving, and the legal profession allows me to give back to my community every single day.
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