Cooley partner Travis LeBlanc reported earning nearly $7.5 million from the firm as part of his nomination to serve a second term on the U.S. government’s Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board.

LeBlanc, a leader in Cooley’s litigation department and vice-chair of the firm’s cyber, data and privacy practice, earned $7,481,804 in salary and bonuses, according to a financial disclosure form submitted as part of his nomination. His clients include social media giants Twitter and Facebook’s Meta, Zoom Video Communications and the cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, according to the filing.