Julia Jacobson is devoted to advising clients on an array of privacy, cybersecurity, data breach and data governance matters. She assists clients with the design and development of privacy-sensitive policies for the collection and use of personal data. Julia regularly advises businesses on
the privacy and cybersecurity aspects of environmental, social and governance (ESG) programs, ethical data use, machine learning and artificial intelligence, vendor contracting and management and business sales, combinations and acquisitions. She has helped her clients design, develop and implement compliance programs to meet the challenges of the evolving privacy and cybersecurity law landscape, including the California Consumer Privacy Act and other US state privacy and cybersecurity laws, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, the UK Data Protection Act 2018, cross-border personal data transfers and New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulations, as well as to align with industry standards, including the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity and privacy frameworks, and ESG standards and frameworks. Julia also serves as the data breach coach for several national and international clients.
Julia helps clients maximize the value of their strategic relationships by
drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial contracts, particularly
technology-centric agreements and the deployment of machine learning and
artificial intelligence. For both product and service providers and users, she
structures and negotiates contracts and develops customized template
agreements and tools for vendor screening and assessments.
Julia’s practice spans a wide array of issues associated with consumer
marketing and promotional campaigns. She is skilled at establishing effective
compliance programs and regularly counsels’ clients on the risks surrounding
mobile marketing and text messaging, email marketing and telemarketing,
social media, and sweepstakes and contests. Her work also includes helping
clients navigate the digital advertising ecosystem and deploy emerging
technologies. Increasingly, her practice focuses on supporting clients in
designing data practices that consider stakeholder expectations and data ethics.
On behalf of brands, agencies and marketing technology providers, she
routinely structures and negotiates co-branding, sponsorships, and commercial
co-venture and other agreements associated with the marketing and promotion
of products and services.
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