Kyle is a Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity associate in the Washington, DC office of White & Case.
Kyle advises a variety of clients including global companies and foreign sovereigns on data protection and cybersecurity issues. He has significant experience counseling clients in developing and implementing compliance programs under a variety of data protection and cybersecurity laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Finally, Kyle also advises corporate clients on a wide range of data protection and cybersecurity issues arising in mergers & acquisitions and other transactional matters.
Kyle has also assisted the Firm’s International Trade group, advising an international FinTech regarding compliance with global economic sanctions. In addition, for the Firm’s Intellectual Property group, Kyle has advised companies on FDA regulation of medical technologies.
Kyle is actively involved in pro bono initiatives, including the representation of inmates challenging solitary confinement practices in state prison.
During law school, Kyle interned with Judge Evan J. Wallach of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, assisting with research concerning artificial intelligence and the law of war. He was a founder and President of the Duke Law & Technology Society, and remains actively engaged at the rapidly evolving intersection of law and technology.
Kyle is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) and a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
California Consumer Privacy Act
Advised numerous corporate clients on their implementation of the California Consumer Privacy Act.
Panic in the Cloud: Cyberterrorism in Legislation, New Zealand Law Journal (July 2016).