Dykema Gossett, PLLC issued the following announcement on Nov. 19.
Dykema is proud to announce that Chicago-based Members Cinthia Granados Motley and Rosa M. Tumialan were recognized on the Crain’s Chicago Business special report, “2018 Chicago’s Notable Minority Lawyers.”
According to Crain’s, the list celebrates “58 men and women who are leading the legal profession, in Illinois and beyond. Through their practices and pro bono work, they are advancing the causes of justice and equality. Their stories also reveal that they are mentoring a diverse generation of lawyers to join them on this path.”
Cindy Motley serves as Director of Dykema’s Global Data Privacy and Information Security practice group. As one of the foremost leaders in international data privacy law, she assists clients in implementing effective information security practices, addressing current and emerging regulatory compliance issues—including cross-border data transfer and information governance—as well as litigation readiness and regulatory inquiry matters. Cindy is a frequent speaker on cybersecurity issues and Received the 2017 Corporate International Global Award as Cybersecurity Litigation Lawyer of the Year in Illinois. Cindy’s Notable Women profile can be found here.
Rosa Tumialan’s practice focuses on complex commercial disputes, including class action defense and insurance coverage litigation. Her experience includes “bet the company” TCPA litigation which has garnered her a “go-to” reputation in litigation arising under various consumer privacy statutes, including the Illinois Biometric Privacy Act. Rosa has been an active leader in the women’s and Hispanic bar communities.
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