Brian A. Fox advises clients on broad array of data privacy and cybersecurity issues, including data breach and response, compliance with state and federal data privacy laws, collection of personal data, intellectual property theft, and computer intrusions and other cybercrimes. In particular, he helps clients assess potential online and cyber threats, works in concert with forensic investigators when a cyber-incident occurs, and counsels clients on potential referrals to law enforcement and civil litigation strategies.

Mr. Fox also has extensive experience with a wide array of issues arising in government and regulatory investigations, internal investigations, and commercial disputes. He has advised clients in connection with inquiries conducted by federal and state agencies, including the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission. He also has a deep familiarity with the discovery process—including the management, collection, and analysis of electronic data—and regularly advises clients responding to civil and grand jury subpoenas.

Mr. Fox also writes about various privacy and cybersecurity topics. He is the co-author of Data Rights and Data Wrongs: Civil Litigation and the New Privacy Norms, 128 Yale L.J.F. 1016 (2019) (with Joseph V. DeMarco).

Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Fox was an associate in the complex commercial litigation and government investigations groups at a large international law firm and completed a secondment in the litigation department of a major financial institution. He is a cum laude graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center, where he was Articles Editor of the American Criminal Law Review.


  • Georgetown University Law Center, cum laude
  • The George Washington University, B.A. (International Affairs, Philosophy)


  • New York State