Obituary: Paul Ferrillo Has Died, What Happened?

Paul Ferrillo Obituary

Obituary: Paul Ferrillo Has Died, What Happened?

Paul Ferrillo, commonly known as “Director Fury,” had a lasting impression on the world. Paul Ferrillo died on Friday, April 1, 2022, according to an online obituary. His reason for death, however, remained unknown.

According to seyfarth.com, As we mourn alongside family and friends for this enormous loss, words fall short of expressing our sympathy for your loss. Please accept our heartfelt sympathies, and may our prayers bring you consolation. Please accept our sincere condolences.

About Paul Ferrillo

Paul focuses his practice on the largest matters facing US corporations and financial firms today: complex securities class actions, major data breaches, associated privacy class actions, and corporate and regulatory investigations.

Paul has throughout his career represented public companies and their directors and officers in shareholder class and derivative actions, as well as in internal investigations. In particular, he has coordinated numerous internal investigations on behalf of audit committees and special committees and handled the defense of securities class actions alleging accounting irregularities and/or financial fraud.

Paul also has extensive experience in cybersecurity matters. Paul is a cybersecurity incident “first responder.” He assists clients with governance, disclosure, and regulatory matters relating to their cybersecurity postures and the regulatory requirements that govern them. He also litigates privacy class actions in federal and state court.

Paul maintains an active pro bono practice and has acted as pro bono counsel/litigator for the Humane Society of the United States in connection with a successful effort to close a puppy mill accused of improper sales tactics and abuse of puppies.

He is also the author of “Navigating the Cybersecurity Storm: A Guide for Directors and Officers” (Advisen 2015) and co-author of “Take Back Control of Your Cybersecurity Now: Game Changing Concepts on AI and Cyber Governance Solutions for Executives” (Advisen 2017).

Paul represents clients across a wide range of industries, including retail, aerospace contractors and subcontractors, apparel, financial services, investment banking, private equity, hedge funds, 1940 Act funds, energy, oil and gas, and real estate.

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