Nicole Waid, FisherBroyles Partner(October 28, 2015) FisherBroyles Partner, Nicole Hughes Waid will speak at the DRI Data Breach and Privacy Law Seminar in Chicago, Illinois. On November 5, Ms. Waid and other panelists will lead the breakout session, “Vendor Management: Evaluation and Mitigating Risks Through Contract Management and Monitoring.” The session will address the rapidly changing data security regulatory environment, due diligence requirements, and compliance program implementation to mitigate risk.

On October 26, Ms. Waid presented “Surviving a HIPAA Breach Investigation” at the annual Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Institute in Washington, D.C.

Ms. Waid focuses her practice on white-collar litigation, compliance matters and data privacy issues. She represents companies under civil and criminal investigation by the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission. In addition, she represented clients in complex federal healthcare and financial prosecutions. Ms. Waid is a former federal prosecutor who served as the Chief Assistant United States Attorney, Middle District of Florida, Fort Myers Division from 2010-2013.

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