Nelson Mullins Hires Four From Baker Donelson to Launch Data Breach Response Team | Daily Report –


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Gina Greenwood (left) and Brad Moody of Nelson Mullins. (Courtesy photos) Gina Greenwood (left) and Brad Moody of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough. (Courtesy photos)

Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough is bringing on a four-lawyer data breach team from Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, in another sign of continued demand for cybersecurity talent during the pandemic. 

The group includes partners Gina Greenwood and Brad Moody, who will co-head Nelson Mullins’ new dedicated data breach response team. The two previously co-chaired Baker Donelson’s data incident response and investigations team. Joining them are Blythe Lollar as of counsel and associate Ashleigh Smaha. The lawyers are based in Atlanta and Jackson, Mississippi.

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