Faculty: Nicholas A. Oldham

Nick OldhamNick Oldham is a partner at King & Spalding. Nick assists business entities with cybersecurity, data breach, and privacy issues, including related incident response, investigations, and litigation.

Nick’s experience in these area is extensive. A former federal criminal prosecutor, Nick spent more than seven years with the Department of Justice, where he handled high-profile cyber investigations and prosecutions. Nick served as Counsel for Cyber Investigations for the DOJ’s National Security Division, where he had a leading role in DOJ’s nationwide efforts to investigate and disrupt computer intrusions and attacks by nation-state actors and their associates. Nick oversaw investigations targeting hacking, theft of sensitive information including trade secrets, and other malicious cyber activity. Prior to that, Nick served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Northern District of Georgia. There, he was a Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property (CHIP) Coordinator, and successfully investigated and prosecuted cybercrime, identity theft, and financial offenses (including healthcare fraud, mortgage fraud, bank fraud, access device fraud, and counterfeiting). Nick’s cases included leading the prosecution of the primary developer and distributor of SpyEye, one of the most pernicious and preeminent malware toolkits of the last decade, and leading the prosecution of those responsible for hacking into several companies and stealing confidential information including proprietary marketing data containing over one billion e-mail addresses. Nick began his DOJ career as a Trial Attorney in the Civil Division, Federal Programs Branch, where he focused on complex civil litigation.

Nick has served as lead counsel in multiple jury trials, examined more than 40 witnesses before a jury, directed dozens of grand jury investigations, authored several appellate briefs, and argued before a U.S. Court of Appeals.

Nick is currently an adjunct faculty at University of Maryland, University College where he teaches a course on the law, regulation, and ethics of information assurance. After graduating from Harvard Law School, Nick clerked for the Honorable Stephen S. Trott on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

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When: Tuesday, April 4, 2017
7:00 am - 8:00 am (breakfast & registration)
8:00 am - 5:00 pm (followed by cocktail party)
Where: Mayflower Hotel
1127 Connecticut Ave, NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
CLE Credit: 6.0 hours approved in PA and VA (and in NY/reciprocal states).


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