Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Elects Partners in Atlanta
- Michael Breslin is a member of the Complex Commercial Litigation Team and Chair of the Fintech Industry Team. He focuses his practice on technology-based litigation, blockchain and cryptocurrency, privacy and data security issues, and counseling clients in the Fintech sector. Mr. Breslin has direct experience litigating technology and data-centric disputes, as well as claims concerning trade secret misappropriation, confidential information and computer systems protection, software licensing and implementation, telecommunications technologies and billing systems, and unfair and deceptive e-commerce practices.
- Brittany Summers is a member of the Mergers & Acquisitions and Securities team. She concentrates her practice in corporate and banking transactions and regulatory law including the representation of the world's largest telecommunications holding company in various business transactions. Her experience includes a wide range of general corporate matters, including corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate finance. Prior to joining private practice, Ms. Summers served as Associate General Counsel for InComm in Atlanta, Georgia where she provided counseling for domestic financial services products and operations, including regarding the Bank Secrecy Act, FinCEN’s Prepaid Access Rule, the Durbin Amendment, the CARD Act, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, CFPB Remittance Rule, CAN-SPAM, UDAAP issues, card network rules, corporate governance, anti-money laundering and fraud prevention, and state laws and regulations regarding money transmission, gift cards, escheatment, privacy and data protection.
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