Brooke J. Oppenheimer
Counsel, eDiscovery, Cyber & Data Protection
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Brooke Oppenheimer’s practice focuses on discovery, cybersecurity, and data protection. Brooke regularly advises clients on general discovery litigation strategy, data management, privacy, security compliance, and breach response. Further, Brooke manages large document review projects and productions in preparation for depositions, expert discovery and trial.

Prior to joining the firm, Brooke managed the electronic discovery for government investigations and criminal proceedings, and advised federal agencies on eDiscovery readiness and strategy. Before focusing her practice on eDiscovery and cyber, she had the opportunity to assist in the defense of two high profile Kosovar Albanians at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and provided legal representation to unlawfully detained children in East Africa.

Brooke received her law degree from New England School of Law and a M.Sc. in Cybersecurity Policy from the University of Maryland (University College).

Prior to joining the firm, Brooke managed the electronic discovery for government investigations and criminal proceedings, and advised federal agencies on eDiscovery readiness and strategy. Before focusing her practice on eDiscovery law, she had the opportunity to assist in the defense of two high profile Kosovar Albanians at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and provide legal representation to unlawfully detained children in East Africa.

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Honors

  • In February of 2018, Axinn was nominated for Global Competition Review “Litigation of the Year – Cartel Defence” for its work on behalf of Nishikawa Rubber Company in the Auto Parts litigation. This award recognizes “creative, strategic and innovative litigation on behalf of a defendant in a private action for cartel damages.”
  • Winner, 2017 Concurrences Antitrust Writing Award (Business Articles, Private Enforcement), No Safe Harbor: The Effect of the Schrems Decision on Cross-Border Discovery
  • Empire State Counsel Honoree for pro bono service (2013 - 2015)

Education

  • MS, Cybersecurity Policy – University of Maryland, Univ. Center (2017)
  • JD – New England School of Law (2006) Honors: Recipient of the Dean Timothy J. Cronin, Jr. Book Award
  • BS, Biology, Environmental – Carroll College (2001)

Admissions

  • New York
  • Connecticut
  • US District Court District of Connecticut

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