Chuck is a partner in the Wilmington, Delaware office of Morris James LLP where he practices in the firm’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Group, and chairs the firm’s Data Privacy and Information Governance Group.
As a Bankruptcy partner, Chuck represents creditors, debtors, official and unofficial committees in bankruptcy matters and bankruptcy-related litigation in Delaware and throughout the country.
As a member of the Morris James’s Data Privacy group, Chuck advises business clients on data management techniques, reviews and negotiates vendor contracts, counsels clients on appropriate protection and disposal of protected and confidential documents and electronic records, and consults with clients regarding breaches and breach notification obligations. Along with other members of the group, Chuck counsels directors and officers of Delaware corporations on appropriate exercise of fiduciary duties in the realm of data privacy and information governance.
Chuck has published articles relating to bankruptcy issues, and privacy laws and related issues, and frequently speaks to legal and business trade groups on issues relating to data privacy and security. Chuck is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/US, a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute and is admitted to practice in all Delaware state and federal courts and various federal courts around the country.
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