Stephan works with market-leading innovators who are navigating uncertain and developing areas of the law, with a focus on blockchain and cryptocurrency, ML/AI, and AR/VR.
Stephan has substantial experience with many privacy laws, regulatory enforcement matters, cybersecurity and incident response, and financial regulations and enforcement, including on issues involving digital currencies, ad-tech, and machine learning.
Before joining Fenwick, Stephan worked as privacy attorney at leading global law firm. He served as a pro bono law clerk to the Hon. Esther Salas, in the District of New Jersey, and as a law clerk to Justice Walter Timpone, on the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
In law school, Stephan worked on privacy law issues at the White House, Office of Management and Budget, co-founded the Georgetown Law Technology Review, and co-taught Computer Programming for Lawyers at Georgetown.
Education & Admissions
J.D., Georgetown University Law Center
M.S., Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
B.S., with honors, Psychology and Statistics
Ramapo College of New Jersey
Admitted to practice in New Jersey, California and the District of Columbia
Not admitted to practice in New York