Alex Borovsky focuses his practice on data privacy compliance, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, product counseling, and technology and commercial transactions. In particular, Alex assists clients in understanding and complying with obligations under U.S. and international data privacy laws.
As a significant part of his practice, Alex advises clients regarding U.S. comprehensive data privacy laws (such as the California Consumer Privacy Act, Virginia’s Consumer Data Protection Act, the Colorado Privacy Act, and other similar laws), international comprehensive data privacy laws (such as the General Data Protection Regulation), consumer health data privacy laws (such as the Washington My Health My Data Act), biometrics laws (such as Iliniois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act), and sector-specific data privacy laws (such as the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act).
Alex was recognized in 2024 as one of the "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch" for Technology Law and Corporate Law by The Best Lawyers in America®.
Alex enjoys being involved in nonprofit organizations in the Atlanta area. Alex currently serves on the SpringBoard for the Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta, which is a 501(c)(3) organization that matches corporate attorneys with local Atlanta nonprofit organizations in need of legal services. Prior to joining the firm, Alex served as a Legal Fellow in the Kinship Care Project at Atlanta Legal Aid Society where he provided legal services to low-income individuals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seconded to a publicly traded financial services/fintech company, with a specific emphasis on product counseling and data privacy compliance.
Seconded to a global mobility, tax, and immigration advisory company, primarily leading the review and negotiation of client data processing agreements.
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Emory University School of Law J.D. (2020) with honors
University of Georgia B.B.A. (2017) Finance, Certificate in Personal and Organizational Leadership, magna cum laude
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta, SpringBoard, Member
Atlanta Lawn Tennis Association, AA League Member
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