Bradley is pleased to announce that Daniel J. Fortune has joined the firm’s Birmingham office as a partner in the Government Enforcement and Investigations Practice Group and as part of the firm’s Cybersecurity and Privacy team.
“We are thrilled to welcome Daniel to our firm,” said Bradley Birmingham Office Managing Partner Dawn Helms Sharff. “As a prosecutor with top level experiences in diverse cyber, white collar and other investigative areas, Daniel brings valuable insights that will enhance our service to clients and further bolster the bench strength of our Government Enforcement and Investigations and Cybersecurity and Privacy teams.”
Mr. Fortune represents clients in matters involving cybersecurity, white collar defense, government enforcement actions and regulatory compliance. He has litigated more than 75 jury trials in federal and state courts involving complex matters and computer forensics.
Prior to joining Bradley, Mr. Fortune served as the lead cybersecurity attorney at a litigation boutique, and as a state prosecutor and federal prosecutor litigating matters involving computer forensics, white collar crime, and government investigations. As the Deputy Chief Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Criminal Division, he supervised major cybercrime, white collar fraud, public corruption, asset forfeiture and national security matters. He also served as the computer hacking and intellectual property coordinator with top secret security clearance, working on matters involving cleared defense contractors. In addition, he supervised national and international investigations related to internet crime, child exploitation, and immigration.
During his time at the Department of Justice, Mr. Fortune was recognized by the FBI director for notable successes working with the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force on major crime control efforts and for contributions to complex and sensitive operations.
Mr. Fortune also serves as an adjunct professor at the Birmingham School of Law and Miles School of Law.
Mr. Fortune received his J.D. from William & Mary Law School and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Nevada at Las Vegas.
Bradley’s Government Enforcement and Investigations Practice Group represents companies and individuals in government and internal investigations, regulatory inquiries, white-collar criminal defense matters, compliance issues, civil litigation, and enforcement actions throughout the United States and internationally. The group’s lawyers include seasoned defense attorneys with decades of government and industry experience, as well as former federal prosecutors and accomplished civil litigators, who are leaders in their fields.