Erin Illman has over a decade of experience representing corporate entities, technology companies and financial institution clients in a wide variety of regulatory compliance, litigation and contract matters. Erin’s current practice combines her technology, financial and corporate entity experience and is focused on helping companies navigate compliance and litigation risks associated with information security, digital services and products, cybersecurity, e-commerce and data privacy. She is co-chair of the firm’s Privacy, Security and Innovation team, which is part of the Banking and Financial Services Practice Group.
Erin advises clients on a variety of privacy and information security compliance issues, including implementation of digital services and products, operationalization of e-contract transactions under ESIGN and UETA, review of policies and procedures, performing gap analysis and risk assessments related to the handling of sensitive data, third-party agreements, vendor oversight and compliance programs. She has experience advising technology and e-advertising clients regarding compliance with state and federal laws, including the use and disclosure of consumer information and data privacy practices, under regulations such as TCPA, UDAAP/UDAP and associated FTC rules. In addition, her practice also includes handling disputes, litigation and enforcement actions related to data privacy violations.
Erin has a strong understanding of the operational aspects of commercial and consumer lending. Erin has broad experience in complex loan transactions, including trade finance, capital-backed subscription lines, and multi-bank, multi-state and international lending arrangements. She also represents clients in consumer loan transactions, regulatory compliance disputes, defense of enforcement actions, real property controversies, internal risk assessment, and debtor-creditor disputes, including enforcement of remedies, matters governed by the Uniform Commercial Code, fraud and tort counter-claims, credit risk management, and loss mitigation.