Brian Kint is a certified information privacy professional (CIPP/US) who consistently finds creative solutions to his clients’ problems. Brian’s passion lies at the intersection of law and technology. Prior to attending law school, Brian had a successful career as an IT professional at a large financial institution.
He was credentialed as a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). Brian’s mix of legal knowledge and IT experience makes him uniquely situated to advise and advocate for clients on constantly changing data privacy and cybersecurity issues.
He can speak the language of the law as well as the language of the IT professionals responsible for developing and implementing technology solutions to adhere to the law and to the organization’s data security strategy.
Not only does this capability give Brian a distinct advantage when litigating data privacy issues, but it also ensures that his clients’ legal obligations are successfully translated into effective IT solutions.
Brian serves as a judge advocate in the U.S. Army Reserve and is the secretary of the Harvard Law School Association of Greater Philadelphia.
- Represented the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in contesting the Chapter 9 bankruptcy petition filed for the City of Harrisburg by members of its city council. The Commonwealth was joined in its opposition to the bankruptcy filing by several other stakeholders, including the City of Harrisburg’s mayor, and the unions representing city employees. Petition was dismissed and dismissal was upheld on appeal.
- Represented association and board members sued for defamation. Arguments that Brian raised in motion to dismiss led to the court dismissing all claims with prejudice.
- Represented a manufacturing company against product liability claims brought in federal court. Brian’s argument that the court lacked jurisdiction resulted in the plaintiffs voluntarily withdrawing the suit.
- Represented a top insurance company in a derivative suit brought by the shareholders of a target company and designed to block or delay the acquisition. Brian’s representation resulted in a prompt dismissal of the claims.
- Represented a life settlement company in a fraud action filed in state court. Brian worked with a Cozen team to draft a motion to dismiss the claims, which the court granted.
- Harvard Law School, J.D., 2011
- Georgia State University, B.A., 2008
BAR ADMISSIONS : New Jersey; Pennsylvania
COURT ADMISSIONS :
- U.S. District Court — Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court — New Jersey
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
- U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans’ Claims
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Philadelphia Bar Association
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