I approach all client matters in a highly responsive, detail-oriented and collegial manner. I devote the same attention to detail and precision to all clients I work with, whether a multi-national conglomerate, small start-up or a solo practitioner. Clients enjoy working with me because of my ability to communicate clearly and directly with them about issues and objectives.
Corporate attorney Brielle Kilmartin counsels clients on a broad array of issues including corporate governance and organizational matters, structured finance transactions and mergers and acquisitions, with particular emphasis representing company borrowers in the negotiation of asset-based lending transactions. While most of her clients are based in the United States, she has advised on cross-border deals in other jurisdictions, including Canada, Turkey and China. Clients appreciate Brielle’s diligence and responsiveness, and know that while timetables and needs may change rapidly, she is committed to getting the deal done.
With a comprehensive understanding of various aspects of corporate and privacy law, Brielle lends her expertise to assist members in other departments of the firm who require corporate or privacy law counsel, including members of CLM’s real estate, trusts and estates, environmental and litigation practices. This knowledge of CLM’s broad based services allows Brielle to provide her clients with the multi-faceted services they so often need.
In addition to her corporate work, Brielle advises clients on privacy and data security matters. She works with clients to draft strong, compliant privacy policies, terms of service and other disclosures for websites and mobile applications to ensure compliance with various privacy, cybersecurity and data protection laws. Brielle has advised clients on various privacy regulations, including the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the New York Shield Act, the Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation and others. Brielle continues to be available to clients as the patchwork of privacy regulations continue to evolve throughout the United States.