BlogPost
October 28, 2020

CaliforniaIn a recent article published by The Recorder, Jenner & Block Partner Kate T. Spelman and Associates Vivian L. Bickford and Effiong G. Dampha examine class action cases that test the limits of the California Consumer Privacy Act, which took effect January 1. “These suits shed light on the various ways plaintiffs are testing the boundaries of the CCPA and its private right of action,” the authors observe. They then highlight several categories of these boundary-testing lawsuits.

To read the full article, titled "Class Actions Seek to Test the Limits of the CCPA's Private Right of Action," please click here