Kate Lucente focuses her practice on issues related to privacy, data protection, data security, communications, e-commerce, telemarketing and marketing compliance.

Kate helps companies achieve compliance with complex and rapidly evolving state, federal and international privacy, data security and e-commerce laws, and routinely advises national and multi-national companies on issues relating to privacy, data protection, security, marketing and media law issues. She also routinely prepares privacy policies and terms of service, negotiates cloud services and other business services agreements, and helps companies to analyze and respond to security breaches. Kate's experience also includes helping companies to analyze and implement records management programs, electronic discovery programs and whistleblower programs, from a multi-jurisdictional perspective.

Kate has managed numerous multi-jurisdictional privacy projects, spanning countries in Europe, Asia, North America, Latin America and Africa, and covering a range of issues, including data privacy and data protection, data security, media law, employee privacy, electronic discovery, records management, implementation of whistle blower programs and cyber-law issues. She also advises on defamation and access to information laws.

Kate has extensive experience in the technology, communications, media, health services and financial industries, in connection with a wide variety of issues. She is also a member of the firm's HIPAA Working Group. Kate regularly advises clients on matters concerning COPPA, HIPAA and the HITECH Act, the Gramm Leach Bliley Act, Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations, and other state and international privacy, data security, breach and privacy laws.