Odia Kagan is a technology transactions, privacy and data security attorney in the Corporate and Securities Practice Group of Pepper Hamilton LLP, resident in the Philadelphia office.
Ms. Kagan’s practice focuses on advising clients on matters of privacy and data protection as well as negotiating technology transactions. Ms. Kagan is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).
Prior to joining Pepper, she was a partner in a law firm in Tel-Aviv, Israel. A First Lieutenant in the Israeli Defense Forces, Ms. Kagan served as a military advocate in the Military Advocate General’s Unit and as a legal advisor to the Military Advocate General. Ms. Kagan also was an advisor on comparative telecommunications law to the head of the Council for Cable and Satellite Broadcasting of the Israel Ministry of Communications.
Ms. Kagan authored the Israeli chapter in the 2006 edition of the Cybercrime and Security, a treatise on cybercrime published by Oceana Publications, a division of Oxford University Press. She regularly writes and speaks on topics of privacy and information security.
Ms. Kagan is licensed to practice as a foreign legal consultant in Delaware, and possesses inactive admissions to practice law in England and Wales and in New South Wales, Australia.