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June 7, 2024

ZwillGen Recognized in Chambers for 14 Consecutive Years

ZwillGen Ranked in Nationwide Privacy & Data Security: The Elite – Band 2

ZwillGen is thrilled to announce its recognition by Chambers and Partners for the 14th consecutive year. The firm has been honored in the 2024 Chambers USA Guide for its exceptional work in data protection, cybersecurity, surveillance, FTC and state attorney general investigations, and internet gaming and fantasy sports. Chambers also highlighted ZwillGen’s excellent class action work, representing prominent internet, technology, and media companies.

This continued recognition as a leading privacy and data security law firm underscores the trust ZwillGen’s clients place in the firm and its commitment to providing unmatched practical advice.

Chambers rankings are considered among the most prestigious and reliable evaluations of law firms globally. They are based on a rigorous evaluation process, including extensive client interviews, peer feedback, and a thorough analysis of a firm’s expertise, effectiveness, and achievements. ZwillGen is also recognized in the Chambers Global and Chambers FinTech guides.

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When interviewed by Chambers, this is what clients had to say about the firm:

“ZwillGen consistently provides clear, pragmatic advice and support in an efficient manner.”

“The team is excellent and deep, they are always available and responsive.”

“ZwillGen has a strong knowledge of the privacy laws.”

Marc Zwillinger Ranked in Nationwide Privacy & Data Security – Band 1

Marc Zwillinger, ZwillGen’s Founder and Managing Member, has once again been ranked in Band 1 for his work counseling clients on issues related to the laws governing Internet practices, including issues related to ECPA and FISA, data privacy, information security, third-party data demands, content moderation, collection and use of alternative data, AI deployment, and fantasy sports and Internet gambling. In its review, Chambers lauded Marc as “a widely known [practitioner] in the rights of government agencies to access data held by businesses.”

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Kandi Parsons Ascends to Band 5

Kandi Parsons continues her upward trajectory in the Privacy & Data Security ranking table, advancing to Band 5 and earning the designation of a “rising star in privacy”.

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Melissa Maalouf Recognized as ‘Up and Coming’

Chambers has once again recognized Melissa Maalouf for her work counseling clients on data privacy and security issues. Chambers commended Melissa for her “sought after expertise on data protection and compliance matters, on both a state and global level.” Clients described Melissa as a “terrific lawyer” with “incredible subject matter expertise.”

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