Daniel P. Sodroski

Senior Consultant

Daniel is a litigator located in New York City and focuses his practice on commercial and real estate disputes.  He is also experienced in intellectual property matters ranging from trademark to trade secret. Daniel understands technology’s growing impact on the intersection between law and business, writing extensively on electronic discovery, cybersecurity, data privacy, and crisis management issues. He is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (“IAPP”) and is accredited by the IAPP as a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US).

Daniel currently serves as the Secretary for the New York State Bar Association’s newly-minted Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession, which identifies subjects concerning technology that will impact the delivery of legal services now and in the future and make recommendations to achieve reasonable technological competence in all aspects of law practice, including in the areas of e-discovery, artificial intelligence, data privacy ,and cybersecurity.

In 2015, Daniel earned his J.D. (concentrated in Intellectual Property law) from Duquesne University School of Law.  Prior to law school, Daniel earned his B.A. in Political Science from Susquehanna University.

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