Bradley is pleased to announce that Karl V. Hopkins has joined the firm as a partner. Mr. Hopkins brings broad experience advising clients on C-suite-level organizational resiliency, security and cybersecurity issues, as well as international construction and energy matters. He will split his time between the firm’s Houston and Washington, D.C. offices. In addition, Mr. Hopkins is joined by a team that includes Sinan Pismisoglu as a senior attorney, and Kevin Hulbert, Melissa B. Mahle and Admiral Michael Rogers as senior advisors.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Karl and his team to Bradley,” said Bradley Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner Jonathan M. Skeeters. “Karl brings unmatched experience in the organizational resiliency, security, cybersecurity, construction and energy sectors, having assisted clients across the globe with many of their highest risk matters. He will be a tremendous asset to Bradley and to our clients across the country and internationally.”
“After many years as a partner and global chief security officer at Dentons, I am excited to bring our team’s energy, security and cybersecurity advisory and response practice to Bradley as part of the firm’s strategic initiatives in these important areas,” added Mr. Hopkins. “I am proud of the contributions I was able to make at Dentons and look forward to continuing to collaborate with the firm on security and other resiliency matters in my new role as external counsel.”
Mr. Hopkins has extensive experience in C-suite advisory, security, cybersecurity and privacy, energy, and international dispute resolution matters. He counsels clients on international strategy, business and political intelligence, and security and threat analysis, and provides strategic advice regarding global operational risk. He and his team also provide advice related to due diligence and compliance investigations, risk assessments, and threat analysis. Mr. Hopkins represents clients before various arbitration tribunals and has represented a number of multinational clients in global asset identification and recovery matters. He also has experience advising oil and gas producers and oilfield service and supply companies around the globe in connection with the development and operation of energy infrastructure projects.