Goodwin has expanded its global trade and data, privacy & cybersecurity practices with the addition of two new lawyers in Washington, D.C. Liza Craig will join the firm's Global Trade practice, while Kaylee Cox Bankston will join the firm’s Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity practice. Craig told Law360 she moved to Goodwin because of the global trade practice's reputation for helping companies across a number of industry sectors. "My practice, which is rooted in providing end-to-end legal support and services to companies around the world that do business with the U.S. federal government, seemed a natural fit with Goodwin's global trade capabilities," she said. Bankston told Law360 she joined Goodwin because of its bench of global experts and their "business-savvy approach to helping clients navigate" multifaceted cybersecurity issues.
In The Press September 30, 2022