Fox Rothschild appears to be the first Pennsylvania firm, and possibly only second firm nationwide, to elevate a partner to the role of chief privacy officer.

The firm announced Thursday that partner Mark G. McCreary has added the role of chief privacy officer to his additional duties in the firm’s corporate, intellectual property, and privacy and data security practices. The idea of the role is to have someone not just looking at the information technology component of protecting client data, but viewing it from the legal side as well.

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