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Jeffrey Neuburger is a partner in the Corporate Department, co-head of the Technology, Media & Telecommunications Group, a member of the Privacy & Data Security Group and editor of the Firm’s New Media and Technology Law blog. Jeff focuses on technology, media and advertising-related business transactions and counseling. He represents organizations in large infrastructure-related projects. Jeff counsels clients on all aspects of "social media”, and drafts social media policies, guidelines and "rules of the road". He advises on regulatory, intellectual property and publisher liability issues associated with social media. Jeff represents clients in a range of privacy and data security matters.

United States: Media, technology and telecoms

Cyber law (including data privacy and data protection)

Within: Cyber law (including data privacy and data protection)

Proskauer Rose LLPgoes above and beyond to help its clients, making it feel more like a colleague than typical outside counsel’ and ‘tailors its advice appropriately to meet the client’s culture and long-term needs’. The team is particularly active in its work for retail, technology and financial services clients; highlights included defending Donna Karan in a consumer class action alleging Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act (FACTA) violations, and acting for T-Mobile on the data breach of its vendor, which affected millions of customers’ information. The ‘incredibly practicalKristen Mathews leads the department; other noteworthy names include transactional specialist and blockchain expert Jeffrey Neuburger and Margaret Dale, who focuses on privacy-related regulatory investigations and litigation. All attorneys are based in New York.

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Jeffrey Neuburger - Proskauer Rose LLP

Within: Outsourcing

Proskauer Rose LLP has ‘an outsourcing team that understands both the technology and the underlying business’. Jeffrey Neuburger in New York has focused on outsourcing for more than 30 years and is co-head of the TMT practice along with Robert Freeman. The firm advises both vendors and buy-side clients in a range of industries including retail, financial services and leisure. It is one of the leading players in emerging areas such as blockchain technology, which could have major implications for the outsourcing market. Neuburger recently advised Time, which is one of the largest branded media companies in the world, on a large-scale advertising sales outsourcing agreement. He also counts JPMorgan Chase, construction industry contractor Component Assembly, construction industry analytics provider C/F Data, and website development company VerticalScope among his clients.

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Technology: transactions

Within: Technology: transactions

Proskauer Rose LLP advises clients on technology transactions involving the retail, financial services, and arts and leisure sectors, as well as sports and media; and the practice’s scope includes the implementation of blockchain, biometrics, big data and other emerging business technologies. The New York-based heads of the technology, media and telecoms group are Jeffrey Neuburger - who acted for construction industry contractor Component Assembly and construction industry analytics provider C/F Data in a variety of technology implementations, licensing agreements and outsourcing agreements - and Robert Freeman; and Paresh Trivedi is a highly rated senior counsel. Los Angeles’ Jonathan Benloulou led advice to Sotera Defense Solutions, a national security technology company, in its $235m sale to cybersecurity firm KeyW Corporation.

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