Alex C. Nisenbaum is an associate in the Health Sciences Department of Pepper Hamilton LLP, resident in the Orange County and Los Angeles offices. A member of the Corporate and Securities Practice Group, Mr. Nisenbaum’s practice is focused on technology transaction and data privacy and security matters. Mr. Nisenbaum advises consumers and vendors of information technology products and services on agreements involving cloud services and software licensing, software and mobile application development, information technology and business process outsourcing, hardware acquisition, telecommunications, data licensing and professional services. He also advises clients on data privacy and information security laws and regulations, including compliance with HIPAA, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, US/EU Privacy Shield, state data protection and breach notification requirements and development and implementation of data protection policies and “best practices.” Mr. Nisenbaum is certified as an information privacy professional (CIPP/US & CIPP/E) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
Mr. Nisenbaum handles technology and data privacy and security matters in a variety of industries, including the health care, life sciences, pharmaceutical, medical device, financial services, and manufacturing industries. He has handled IT transactions collectively valued at more than $500 million covering diverse critical business functions, including electronic health records and other point of care solutions, e-commerce systems, and infrastructure, production support, and development services, including drafting and managing legal terms and conditions, statements of work, and service levels.
Mr. Nisenbaum also served as a corporate staff attorney for the California Association of Realtors®. In that role, he advised the organization and its software industry subsidiary on all aspects of software licensing and corporate transactions, provided advice related to data privacy laws, developed privacy policies and comprehensive data security policies, and managed the association’s trademark and copyright portfolio.