As private companies grapple with the implications of collecting consumer data, and experience increasing government scrutiny over the national security concerns related to these practices, a niche practice area has emerged and grown in popularity among Big Law firms.

Rushing to fill that need and help clients navigate the complex issues emerging in the space, several large firms have brought on lawyers with national security backgrounds and related expertise from federal government agencies, including the White House and the U.S. Department of Justice.

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