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Lisa Page

Lisa Page

Lisa Page has more than a dozen years of federal law enforcement experience. A former federal prosecutor, Lisa prosecuted organized crime cases before joining the FBI’s Office of General Counsel, where she handled sensitive and complex national security matters. She ultimately served as the Special Counsel to the Deputy Director, assisting him in running the FBI’s day-to-day operations.

At ZwillGen, Lisa advises clients on demands for user data in criminal, civil, and national security matters, leads internal investigations, conducts law enforcement outreach on behalf of tech companies, and helps prepare company witnesses for testimony and trial.

Blog Posts

On June 23, 2020, Senators Lindsay Graham, Tom Cotton, and Marsha Blackburn introduced the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act, one of the most expansive anti-encryption bills in recent history.  The Bill would amend federal surveillance...

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The British Are Coming . . . and They’re Bringing Their Own Legal Process Starting on July 8, 2020, for the first time, U.S. companies will be receiving binding legal process directly from the UK...

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A recent class action lawsuit out of Arizona provides another example why companies are right to be wary about voluntarily providing information to law enforcement, even when there is no clear statutory bar on doing...

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The California Supreme Court has answered another long-outstanding Electronic Communications Privacy Act (“ECPA”) question, this time about the contours of the lawful consent exception in 18 U.S.C. § 2702(b)(3). In Facebook, Inc. v. Superior Court,...

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