In part two of our Privacy Litigation Year in Review series, we discuss how plaintiffs are challenging the limits of the California Consumer Privacy Act’s (CCPA) private right of action. In every respect, plaintiffs are trying to expand the private right of action. Given the statutory damages available, it is easy to see why. The question remains, however, whether plaintiffs will be successful.
Mark David McPherson
For more than 20 years, Mark David has represented companies and individuals in their most difficult and complex legal disputes. He has served as a trusted advisor as companies and individuals navigate regulatory or internal investigations, and he has advocated for his clients in high-stakes litigation—including numerous trials and appeals. While Mark David’s subject matter expertise includes state and federal securities laws, federal transportation More ›
Purvi G. Patel
Purvi G. Patel is the Managing Partner of the Los Angeles Office. Purvi represents retail, e-commerce, and other businesses in significant advertising, unfair competition, consumer fraud, and privacy matters. She has built a robust practice advising household names on various compliance issues and defending them in complex and class action litigation in federal and state courts across the country, winning motions to dismiss, defeating class More ›
Mike Burshteyn’s practice involves litigating class action and complex commercial disputes in matters related to privacy, data security, and novel technology law issues, as well as startup litigation. Mike also conducts cybercrime investigations and counsels clients on litigation and regulatory risk, breach preparedness, and security incident response. Drawing on his unique mix of litigation and business experience, Mike is a passionate and measured advocate More ›