Drew Sorrell is a seasoned business lawyer with particular expertise in technology, cybersecurity and privacy issues. With an MBA in marketing and finance, he approaches clients’ legal issues with both a practical business bent and a self-described geeky love of technology. He enjoys working with CLOs, CIOs, CTOs, and technology owners at businesses of all sizes in every phase of their legal needs. He assists them with drafting and negotiating software licenses, Internet service provider agreements, data privacy/breach policies and procedures, and employment/services agreements, as well as the indemnity and insurance coverage related to those agreements. He advises clients on the GDPR and state-specific regulations, penetration testing and security audits. He also has years of experience handling matters when things go wrong, including data breaches, privacy issues and other technology or software problems. He is a founding member of the Sedona Conference Group 11 (Privacy/Data Security)’ chair of the firm’s multi-disciplinary Data Governance Group; past chair of the Orange County Bar Association’s Intellectual Property, Business Law and Technology committees; and past president of the Orlando Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. He also has expertise in both contracts and commercial litigation, as well as government contracting. Sorrell is admitted to practice law in Florida, New York, and the District of Columbia.