Two Greenberg Glusker Partners Recognized by Los Angeles Times as 2022 Business of Law Visionaries

June 26, 2022Press Release
Los Angeles Times

Greenberg Glusker attorneys Dan Stone, a Partner in the Litigation and Entertainment and Media groups, and Timothy Toohey, head of the Cyber Security Practice, have been recognized by the Los Angeles Times as "2022 Business of Law Visionaries." Firm attorneys were selected for their contributions and leadership in their organizations, the legal field, and surrounding communities.

Daniel G. Stone is a Partner in the Litigation and Entertainment and Media groups of Greenberg Glusker LLP. He helps plaintiffs and defendants successfully navigate their disputes at all stages of litigation and dispute resolution, including at trial and on appeal. Dan represents clients ranging from artists to Fortune 100 companies in disputes involving copyright, trademark, trade secrets, breach of contract, rights of publicity and privacy, labor law, ERISA, and California’s Talent Agencies Act. Formerly Assistant General Counsel at the Directors Guild of America, Dan represents and advises multi-national corporations, production companies, rights-holders, and artists in connection with entertainment industry collective bargaining agreements and pension and health plans.

Timothy Toohey, head of Greenberg Glusker’s Cyber Security Practice, works to assure that his clients’ proprietary, personal, customer and employee information, and other sensitive data is fully protected and serves its intended purposes. A United States Certified Information Privacy Professional, a European Union Certified Information Privacy Professional, and a Certified Information Privacy Manager, Tim understands both the value and challenges of collecting, retrieving, storing, and employing data. He advises clients on what can be done to maximize effective data usage to comply with national and international laws, regulations, and best practices. If necessary, Tim represents clients in litigation involving data security, privacy, and technology. Tim’s counsel also extends to enterprises whose activity touches and crosses foreign borders. Counseling clients on trans-border data transfers and processing issues is a key aspect of Tim’s practice.