Alex Intile

Associate

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  • JD, ​cum laude, Boston University School of Law, 2016; G. Joseph Tauro Scholar; Editor, Boston University Law Review
  • BA (English), ​magna cum laude, Brown University, 2013

Qualifications

  • Massachusetts, 2016
  • Honorable Gabrielle Wolohojian, Massachusetts Appeals Court

Alex Intile

Associate

Alex Intile joined the firm in 2017 as a litigation associate working on a variety of complex matters. Alex actively participates in the data, privacy & cybersecurity practice group. His practice focuses on responding to cybersecurity incidents. Alex assists clients with all steps of incident response, including notifying consumers, business partners, and government regulators where required by applicable contracts, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards, or state, federal, and international laws and regulations. Additionally, Alex regularly manages forensic investigations and advises clients on ways to minimize litigation risk following cybersecurity incidents.

Further, Alex maintains an active pro bono practice, with a particular focus on immigration policy and issues facing Massachusetts’s homeless population.

Prior to starting at Ropes & Gray, Alex served as law clerk to the Honorable Gabrielle Wolohojian at the Massachusetts Court of Appeals. During law school, Alex was an editor of the Boston University Law Review, externed for the Honorable Denise Casper at the Federal District Court for Massachusetts, and participated in the Security and Exchange Commission’s Honors Program.

Experience

  • Coordinating incident response for large data breaches experienced by clients in a wide variety of industries, including the health care, entertainment, and technology industries. 
  • Advising on breach notification strategy, including analyzing requirements under the GDPR, HIPAA, PIPEDA, and various US state laws and regulations.
  • Counseling on compliance with PCI DSS.
  • Guiding response to inquiries regarding cybersecurity incidents from state attorneys general, the HHS Office for Civil Rights, and other regulators.
  • JD, ​cum laude, Boston University School of Law, 2016; G. Joseph Tauro Scholar; Editor, Boston University Law Review
  • BA (English), ​magna cum laude, Brown University, 2013
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