Upholding Consumer Privacy Rights: How Plaintiff Lawyers Bridge Statutory Gaps in Keeping Digital Privacy Alive

In the wake of unprecedented surges in data breaches and unauthorized dissemination of personal information, data privacy litigation has become a critical tool in preserving consumer’s and patients’ privacy rights. By holding irresponsible and bad-actor companies accountable for their data protection insufficiencies and improper sales and sharing of private personal and medical info, plaintiff attorneys

2023-04-26T22:06:18+00:00April 26th, 2023|Digital Privacy & Data Security|

David Rudolph to Moderate Ad Tech Panel at Annual BASF Cybersecurity and Privacy Law Section Conference

Lieff Cabraser partner David Rudolph will moderate a panel discussion at the upcoming annual BASF Cybersecurity and Privacy Law Section Conference on Wednesday, October 26. The event will be held in-person at Golden Gate University as well as online via  Zoom. The panel, entitled “Understanding Ad Tech,” will feature an overview of what ad tech is

2022-10-17T17:14:17+00:00October 17th, 2022|Digital Privacy & Data Security, Firm News|

David Rudolph to Moderate SF Bar Panel on Facial Recognition

Lieff Cabraser partner David Rudolph will be moderating a panel for the Cybersecurity and Privacy Law Section of the Bar Association of San Francisco next week entitled, “Facial Recognition – Legislation, Litigation, and Challenges.” Taking place on Wednesday, May 25th at noon, the informative panel of in-house counsel, privacy advocates, and

2022-05-20T15:49:04+00:00May 20th, 2022|Digital Privacy & Data Security, Firm News|

New Data Theft Class Action by Users of Venmo, Stripe, and Other Payment Platforms Against Plaid Alleges Violations of Data Privacy Laws

As reported by Law360 (subscription), Lieff Cabraser has filed a class action lawsuit in federal court in California alleging that financial tech start up Plaid Inc. stole Venmo and Stripe users’ personal banking data and sold that data to third party apps without the users’ consent in violation of federal and state privacy laws. Plaid,