David Rudolph is a member of Lieff Cabraser’s Data Privacy, Cybersecurity, Antitrust and Intellectual Property practice groups. David has extensive experience litigating core technical and legal issues in privacy cases. His active privacy practice encompasses data breach, digital advertising, and GDPR issues.
He is Adjunct Professor of Law at UC College of the Law, San Francisco, where he teaches privacy law, is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US), and regularly presents on and moderates panels on topics related to current issues in antitrust, privacy, and cybersecurity law.
David is also an experienced antitrust litigator. David has represented end-payor classes in pharmaceutical antitrust litigation, including in the Cipro drug antitrust cases, the Restasis antitrust litigation, and the Generic Pharmaceuticals Price-Fixing cases. David was awarded “Outstanding Private Practice Antitrust Achievement” by the American Antitrust Institute in 2017 for his work on the Cipro case, and again in 2020 for his work on the Enoxaparin antitrust case.
Both his privacy and antitrust practices leverage his experience as an intellectual property litigator. David has prosecuted and defended patent infringement claims in numerous venues, including federal district courts in California and Texas, as well as before the International Trade Commission. He also has experience in copyright infringement and trade secret matters.
Prior to joining Lieff Cabraser, David litigated high-profile patent and copyright cases at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, and served as a law clerk for the Hon. Saundra Brown Armstrong, U.S. District Court, Northern District of California.
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