Amanda Martin is an associate in McDonald Hopkins’ national Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Group and focuses her practice specifically in the area of data privacy and cybersecurity.
Martin has experience in advising clients in the areas of data privacy and cybersecurity. She works with clients in this emerging area of focus, ensuring compliance with federal and state data privacy protection statutes, regulations, and regulator guidance. Her experience in this area includes helping clients draft and implement policies and processes, evaluating compliance requirements with respect to state and federal laws and foreign regulations, and evaluating existing compliance programs and companies’ risk. She has also reviewed and revised privacy policies, terms and conditions, and data breach response policies to ensure compliance with legal obligations and industry best practices.
Martin is experienced in advising state and federal banks, automotive and personal property finance companies, fintech companies, and small loan companies on a variety of compliance and regulatory matters including licensing, rates and fees, substantive conduct, business planning, and other operational considerations. She has particular familiarity in working with consumer-facing financial services products, and has advised on issues relevant to sales finance, personal property secured and unsecured lending, consumer and commercial loan brokering lead generation, and third-party data aggregation. She has a significant amount of experience relating to state compliance issues, including state lending and licensing laws, consumer credit laws, and consumer protection laws.
Martin has an interest and focus on the application of technology to regulated industries. This interest has furthered her experience in reviewing innovative business and lending models (including bank partnership lending), apps, fintech platforms, and electronic contracts for compliance with state and federal law.