Jason J. Oliveri provides practical legal advice and guidance to businesses on data privacy-related laws, rules, and regulations to help ensure compliance in an increasingly demanding regulatory environment. Jason assists clients, large and small, in understanding impactful laws such as the:
- California Consumer Privacy Act;
- General Data Protection Regulation;
- Personal Information Protection Law; and
- Act on Protection of Personal Information.
Representing the diverse interests of national and state-chartered banks, GSEs, mortgage loan servicers, and collateralized trusts for over a decade, Jason is uniquely positioned to help consumer-facing organizations navigate this exciting space.
Jason also defends business clients in state and federal court against claims of breach of contract, confidentiality, and fiduciary duty, as well as the breach of non-competition and non-solicitation covenants and indemnity obligations. Further, he has advised on matters involving tortious interference, the misappropriation of trade secrets, and violations of state and federal employment laws.
Prior to joining Hinshaw, Jason worked as a Special Deputy Attorney General with the Consumer Fraud Prosecution Section of the New Jersey Attorney General's Office.
- International Association of Privacy Professionals
- LGBT Bar Association of Greater New York
- Judicial Committee
- New York State Bar Association
- New Jersey State Bar Association
- Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Arbitrator (2014 – 2019)
Data Privacy Related
- Counseled insurer client on data privacy obligations specific to their industry for compliance purposes and to help them minimize risk.
- Counseled a Chinese app developer on federal and state privacy laws in the United States for the pilot release of its new “all in one” social media platform.
- Counseled a payroll software company on its data privacy obligations under The Act on the Protection of Personal Information if it expanded its business into Japan.
- Counseled a national carpet designer and manufacturer on its data privacy obligations in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, and Virginia.
- Helped a large banking client understand its data breach notice obligations.
- Obtained a favorable decision in a matter where the plaintiff claimed the corporate client was the alter ego of another company based on similarity in trade name, office location, and services provided in the District Court of New Jersey.
- Prevailed on a motion for summary judgment in the District Court of New Jersey in a matter where the consumer alleged that the debt collector client had violated the FDCPA and TCPA by making repeated phone calls to his cell phone in order to harass, abuse, and coerce payment.
- Second chaired a trial in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Burlington County, in a matter involving claims brought under the Uniform Commercial Code for non-conforming goods, which ultimately resulted in a favorable post-trial settlement.
- Prevailed on a motion to dismiss a complaint in the Eastern District of New York, wherein the employee plaintiff alleged violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act and her employment agreement.
- Successfully defended a corporate client against claims of fraudulent transfer, violation of the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act, unjust enrichment, negligent misrepresentation, and conversion in the Bankruptcy Court, District of New Jersey.
- Obtained summary judgment on behalf of a real estate investment trust in the Supreme Court of New York where in an effort to abrogate her payment obligations the consumer alleged that a mortgage debt had already been satisfied by a third-party insurer.
- "Autonomous Weapons and Artificial Intelligence: The Regulatory Priority Should, for Now, Be the Latter," RAIL: The Journal of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Law, Volume 5, No. 5, September-October 2022
- "How Ancient Wisdom Can Illuminate Data Privacy Compliance for Both Newcomers And Hold-Outs," JD Supra, August 23, 2022
- "Balancing Privacy Regulation With Innovation and the Needs of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses," JD Supra, August 9, 2022
- "The Evolving Right to Privacy: From Religious Practice to International Tech Branding Tool," Pratt's Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report, Vol. 7 No. 9, November/December 2021
- "China’s New Privacy Law: Both a Shield and a Sword," JD Supa, September 20, 2021
- "The Dire Financial Consequences of Misclassifying Your Employees," Daily Business Review, May 23, 2017
- Cybersecurity Compliance Emphasized at MBA's Legal Issues and Regulatory Compliance Conference
- Take Note: Employers are Helping Pay Student Loans and Consumer Advocates are Watching Closely Vaishali S. Rao, Jason J. Oliveri
Consumer Crossroads: Where Financial Services and Litigation Intersect
Employment Law Observer
- November 7, 2022Consumer Financial Services Alert
- August 23, 2022Data & Cyber Law Decoded
- August 9, 2022Data & Cyber Law Decoded
- July 26, 2022Data & Cyber Law Decoded
- September 17, 2021Hinshaw Alert
- August 24, 2021Hinshaw Privacy & Cyber Bytes
- August 12, 2021Hinshaw Privacy & Cyber Bytes
- August 10, 2021Hinshaw Privacy & Cyber Bytes
- Privacy Bill Essentials: Proposed Federal "Setting an American Framework to Ensure Data Access, Transparency, and Accountability Act"August 6, 2021Hinshaw Privacy & Cyber Bytes
- July 16, 2021Hinshaw Privacy & Cyber Bytes
- The Illinois Department of Insurance Issues Cybersecurity Guidance Regarding Microsoft Exchange Server InstallationsJune 4, 2021Hinshaw Privacy & Cyber Bytes
- June 3, 2021Hinshaw Privacy & Cyber Bytes
- May 11, 2021Hinshaw Privacy & Cyber Bytes
- May 5, 2021Hinshaw Privacy & Cyber Bytes
- The Proverbial Other Foot: Proposed U.S. Legislation Could Ban Personal Data Transfers to Ireland and Other U.S. AlliesApril 29, 2021Hinshaw Privacy & Cyber Bytes
- April 22, 2021Hinshaw Privacy & Cyber Bytes
- April 30, 2015
- October 8, 2012
J.D., Rutgers Law School, 2009
B.A., Philosophy, Tulane University, 2003
- New Jersey
- New York