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Partner / Leader, Cybersecurity & Privacy
Jason Kravitz, a partner based in Nixon Peabody’s Boston office, leads the firm’s Cybersecurity & Privacy practice. He is a trial lawyer and Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) who routinely helps clients respond to cyberattacks and litigates privacy-related disputes. Jason previously co-led the firm’s Intellectual Property practice and has extensive experience running patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, false advertising, and software implementation disputes. Jason has successfully led teams in high-profile and high-stakes privacy, IP, and technology disputes involving an array of technologies, including software and hardware, personal care products, wireless devices, footwear, dental implants, chemical catalysts, and ad tech. Jason has also represented clients in disputes pertaining to ownership of IPv4 address blocks. He also proudly represented two Nobel laureates.
I focus on litigating and resolving IP and technology disputes and privacy-related matters. I have confidence in my ability to accurately assess a case upfront and, where appropriate, will embrace alternative fee arrangements.
I’ve tried complex cases to verdict in courts across the country and in numerous confidential arbitrations. I’ve also argued Markman, summary judgment, and injunction hearings in dozens of courts. I represent clients in administrative proceedings and before the Federal Trade Commission. I advise clients on a host of issues, including IP and privacy.
I help clients strategically manage and enforce their domestic and international trademark portfolios. I also counsel companies on new product development and advertising/promotion issues.
I frequently advise clients on data protection and privacy issues. I have extensive experience in data breach investigations and remediation and led the team that defended NebuAd in an early case involving targeted online advertising technology.
Cyberattacks are more prevalent than ever, and every business should expect to become a victim. Being prepared is key. A comprehensive response starts with having experienced counsel to quarterback the process.
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Boston University School of Law, J.D., cum laude
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Boston partner and Cybersecurity & Privacy practice leader Jason Kravitz is quoted in this article, which features commentary from data security leaders on how to best protect sensitive information. Jason explains why every organization should make cyber resilience the centerpiece of its security plan for 2023 and why cutting cybersecurity spending could be catastrophic.
This column of notable Boston-area business news from 2022 includes client W.B. Mason Co.’s trial victory in a trademark infringement and dilution case brought by Dairy Queen related to the client’s BLIZZARD private-label spring water. The article mentions the firm for representing W.B. Mason. NP’s trial team, led by Intellectual Property partner and Cybersecurity & Privacy practice group leader Jason Kravitz, included Cybersecurity & Privacy counsel Gina McCreadie, associates Leslie Hartford and Melanie Dempster, and Complex Disputes senior counsel Deborah Thaxter, all of the Boston office.
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