Privacy and cybersecurity attorney Dominique Shelton Leipzig provides strategic privacy and cyber-preparedness compliance counseling, and defends, counsels and represents companies on privacy, global data security compliance, data breaches and investigations with an eye towards helping clients avoid litigation. A former litigator for 22 years, her compliance counseling includes defending companies under investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, attorneys general offices and other regulatory and government authorities.
Marina Gatto has experience with data security and privacy litigation and counseling, as well as general commercial litigation. Marina assists clients with GDPR compliance, including drafting and updating cookie banners and policies, revising privacy policies and drafting data protection plans. Marina also assists clients with compliance efforts in preparation for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
Arsen Kourinian is a certified data privacy professional, and holds the FIP, CIPP/US, CIPP/E, CIPP/C, CIPP/A and CIPM credentials through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), and Privacy Management Professional certificate through OneTrust.
Maria Nugent focuses her practice on federal and state court litigation with an emphasis on internet and technology law. Maria regularly represents technology companies in litigation matters involving unfair competition, data privacy, false advertising, breach of contract, trade secret misappropriation, antitrust, consumer protection, Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), Stored Communications Act (SCA), Communications Decency Act (CDA), Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), and First Amendment disputes. She handles all aspects of civil litigation, including dispositive motion practice, discovery, class certification, mediation, settlement, and trial preparation, and routinely works with fact and expert witnesses during investigations, discovery, class certification, and trial. Maria also routinely assists her technology clients in responding and objecting to subpoenas, court orders, warrants, and other user information requests.
Thomas Tobin’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation and class action matters involving statutory, constitutional, and regulatory issues in a range of industries, including food and beverage, consumer packaged goods, and cannabis. In the food and beverage sector, Tommy has experience defending false advertising claims and consumer protection claims for well-known international corporations. He regularly writes articles on food law and policy issues and is co-chair of the American Bar Association’s Food, Cosmetics and Nutraceuticals Committee.
Megan Von Borstel has experience representing clients in privacy, data security, and technology transaction matters. Megan prepares clients for compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and other federal and state privacy laws. She also works with clients to develop robust, comprehensive privacy programs by drafting clients’ privacy policies, data processing addenda, and other contractual agreements.
Zachary Watterson is a graduate of Stanford Law School, where he was active in a number of organizations, including the Stanford Public Interest Law Foundation, the Stanford National Security & the Law Society, and the Stanford Entertainment and Sports Law Association. Zachary was also heavily involved in the community throughout his time at Stanford by serving as an assistant coach for cross country, basketball, and track at his former high school, Sacred Heart Preparatory.
Linda Zhang has experience with a variety of commercial litigation matters, including privacy and data security issues, and assists clients with regulatory investigations, both domestic and international. Linda also counsels clients on GDPR compliance, including preparing Article 30 reports, revising privacy policies and drafting template responses to individual rights requests.