Matthew Denn, the former Attorney General of Delaware, focuses on assisting clients in matters involving state attorneys general, state insurance regulators and other state agencies, along with internal investigations. 

As Attorney General, Matt oversaw attorneys who represented all state agencies and boards, prosecuting all criminal and juvenile delinquency cases and enforcing consumer protection, data privacy and other statutes. He oversaw Delaware DOJ investigations and participated in numerous multistate AG investigations involving data breaches, improper debt collection and banking practices, false advertising and antitrust issues. Matt also wrote and successfully passed through the Delaware General Assembly the Delaware Online Privacy and Protection Act, which expanded the legal protections available under Delaware law to individuals, in particular children, relating to their online and digital activities, and the Student Data Privacy Protection Act, which protected the privacy and security of student data. In 2017, a major Internet privacy website rated Delaware as having the nation's top state privacy laws and credited these legislative reforms for part of that ranking.