Kyle Dull is a senior associate in the Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice and a Certified Information Privacy Professional (IAPP CIPP/US). A former Assistant Attorney General, he advises industry-leading companies on domestic and international privacy laws, as well as on consumer protection, advertising, and retail and e-commerce laws and self-regulation.
Clients regularly turn to Mr Dull for his knowledge and know-how in defending and resolving federal and state regulatory and enforcement actions. Informed by his prior position in the Florida Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division, Mr Dull has extensive experience in investigating and litigating privacy and advertising law violations. During his time in the AG’s office, Mr Dull focused on singular and multistate enforcement actions involving advertising, marketing, price gouging, consumer finance, privacy and cybersecurity. He now draws on that experience to share insights with and advise clients on their own data privacy, cybersecurity and advertising risks.
Mr Dull also helps clients develop and implement effective e-commerce business and marketing strategies. He routinely advises clients on technology, data privacy and security, intellectual property, advertising and marketing, and website development matters. In addition to regulatory counseling, Mr Dull negotiates and drafts a broad array of contracts, including licensing, joint venture and data sharing agreements.
Mr Dull is a member of the Florida Bar Association’s Consumer Protection Law Committee and Data Privacy & Cybersecurity Subcommittee.
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