Aysha Allos is an Associate in the Litigation Department at McDonald Hopkins and part of the firm’s national Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Practice Group. Her practice focuses on advising companies in a wide variety of industries on best practices for preventing and responding to data privacy and cybersecurity incidents. This includes guidance on incident response, data breach notification, regulatory investigations, and data privacy and cybersecurity litigation, including class action litigation.
Aysha also has experience providing privacy and cybersecurity-related diligence for mergers and acquisitions and advice related to the buying, selling and licensing of data. She regularly collaborates with cross-functional teams, including IT, risk management, and compliance departments, to ensure alignment and effective implementation of proactive privacy and cybersecurity measures.
With a focus on the complex and evolving laws and regulations that govern data transmitted and stored in computers, Aysha has specific expertise in the area where data protection meets intellectual property. She frequently represents businesses in intellectual property matters, including copyright and trademark registration and infringement.
Aysha has a strong background in litigating contract disputes, antitrust issues, and warranty and products liability. Prior to joining McDonald Hopkins, she was a staff attorney in the litigation & dispute resolution group of a large, business-oriented Detroit law firm and served as in-house counsel at a tobacco company.
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
Wayne State University
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- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
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ICLE New Lawyers Advisory Board
SBM Young Lawyers Section Council Member for District 2 (Oakland County)
Young Lawyers Section Representative to ABA House of Delegates
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External News & Publications
American Data Privacy and Protection Act: Are We Finally Getting Federal Data Privacy Protection?, The National Law Review (September 2022)