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On the Cutting Edge of Privacy Litigation

Lowey Dannenberg represents clients whose privacy rights have been infringed, bringing with them extensive experience litigating class actions against some of the largest technology and fintech companies in the nation, including Google LLC, Meta Platforms, Inc. (formerly Facebook, Inc.), TikTok, Inc., and Yodlee, Inc. Our attorneys help address individuals’ privacy concerns regarding the improper collection, disclosure and use of their personal information, whether it occurred through the use of complex technologies such as tracking pixels, cookies, or integrated SDKS and APIs, or as a result of negligent data handling practices.

Shaping the Landscape of Privacy Law

Lowey Dannenberg is at the forefront of litigating novel data privacy cases throughout the nation. Courts routinely recognize attorneys at Lowey Dannenberg for demonstrating leadership, legal acumen, creative thinking, and excellent lawyering resulting in groundbreaking decisions in privacy litigation. Our attorneys have achieved ground-breaking, landmark victories that have ultimately helped shape the privacy landscape in favor of consumers.

On the Cutting Edge of Privacy Litigation

Lowey Dannenberg represents clients whose privacy rights have been infringed, bringing with them extensive experience litigating class actions against some of the largest technology and fintech companies in the nation, including Google LLC, Meta Platforms, Inc. (formerly Facebook, Inc.), TikTok, Inc., and Yodlee, Inc. Our attorneys help address individuals’ privacy concerns regarding the improper collection, disclosure and use of their personal information, whether it occurred through the use of complex technologies such as tracking pixels, cookies, or integrated SDKS and APIs, or as a result of negligent data handling practices.

Shaping the Landscape of Privacy Law

Lowey Dannenberg is at the forefront of litigating novel data privacy cases throughout the nation. Courts routinely recognize attorneys at Lowey Dannenberg for demonstrating leadership, legal acumen, creative thinking, and excellent lawyering resulting in groundbreaking decisions in privacy litigation. Our attorneys have achieved ground-breaking, landmark victories that have ultimately helped shape the privacy landscape in favor of consumers.


Types of Cases

• Federal Wiretap Act

• Stored Communications Act

• Biometric Information Privacy Act

• California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act

• California Invasion of Privacy Act

• New York General Business Law

• Drivers Privacy Protection Act

• Video Privacy Protection Act

• Intrusion Upon Seclusion

• Negligence


Types of Technology

• Tracking Pixels

• Cookies

• Software Development Kits (SDKs)

• Application Programming Interface (APIs)

• Session Replay Software

• Auto-Populate Feature


Types of Technology

• Tracking Pixels

• Cookies

• Software Development Kits (SDKs)

• Application Programming Interface (APIs)

• Session Replay Software

• Auto-Populate Feature


Types of Cases

• Federal Wiretap Act

• Stored Communications Act

• Biometric Information Privacy Act

• California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act

• California Invasion of Privacy Act

• New York General Business Law

• Drivers Privacy Protection Act

• Video Privacy Protection Act

• Intrusion Upon Seclusion

• Negligence

Ground-Breaking Decisions

Frasco v. Flo Health, Inc

In Frasco v. Flo Health, Inc. out in the Northern District of California, Lowey Dannenberg sustained first-of-its-kind aiding and abetting violations of the California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act against Google LLC, Meta Platforms, Inc., and Flurry, Inc. Plaintiffs alleged Flo Health, Inc., the creator of the popular women’s health app Flo, incorporated these companies SDKs into its app, which caused the disclosure of their private medical data, including fertility and menstruation information.

Also in California, Plaintiffs recently certified a class of consumers who were harmed by Google, LLC’s unlawful collection of their voice recordings through Google Assistant-enabled devices in In re Google Assistant Privacy Litigation. Another first-of-its-kind case.

In In re USAA Data Security Litigation up in Massachusetts, Lowey Dannenberg was one of the first firms in the country to defeat a motion to dismiss Drivers Privacy Protection Act claims arising out of an insurance company’s auto-populate feature that disclosed consumers’ private motor vehicle records to hackers and other unwanted third parties.

And in Pennsylvania, Lowey Dannenberg’s successful lawyering led to the first Pennsylvania federal court decision (In re Rutter’s Inc. Data Security Breach Litigation, Case No. 20-cv-00382 (M.D. Pa.) to recognize a company’s duty to safeguard credit and debit card information in its possession.

Ground-Breaking Decisions

In Frasco v. Flo Health, Inc. out in the Northern District of California, Lowey Dannenberg sustained first-of-its-kind aiding and abetting violations of the California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act against Google LLC, Meta Platforms, Inc., and Flurry, Inc. Plaintiffs alleged Flo Health, Inc., the creator of the popular women’s health app Flo, incorporated these companies SDKs into its app, which caused the disclosure of their private medical data, including fertility and menstruation information.

Also in California, Plaintiffs recently certified a class of consumers who were harmed by Google, LLC’s unlawful collection of their voice recordings through Google Assistant-enabled devices in In re Google Assistant Privacy Litigation. Another first-of-its-kind case.

In In re USAA Data Security Litigation up in Massachusetts, Lowey Dannenberg was one of the first firms in the country to defeat a motion to dismiss Drivers Privacy Protection Act claims arising out of an insurance company’s auto-populate feature that disclosed consumers’ private motor vehicle records to hackers and other unwanted third parties.

And in Pennsylvania, Lowey Dannenberg’s successful lawyering led to the first Pennsylvania federal court decision (In re Rutter’s Inc. Data Security Breach Litigation, Case No. 20-cv-00382 (M.D. Pa.) to recognize a company’s duty to safeguard credit and debit card information in its possession.

Representative Cases

Our Experts: Ready To Help

Christian Levis

Partner

Christian Levis heads Lowey Dannenberg’s privacy practice group and has served as co-lead counsel in several prominent actions resulting in more than $300 million recovered on behalf of individuals. An avid computer programmer with experience developing both iOS and Android apps, Mr. Levis has extensive experience litigating privacy class actions against some of the largest technology companies in the world.

Mr. Levis currently leads the prosecution in In re Google Assistant Priv. Litig., No. 5:19-cv-04286 (N.D. Cal.), a class action on behalf of Google Assistant Enabled Device users whose conversations were obtained by Google, LLC and shared with third parties without users’ consent, and Wesch v. Yodlee, No. 3:20-cv-05991 (N.D. Cal), another data privacy action alleging defendant collected and disclosed the sensitive financial information of tens of millions of individuals without their consent. Mr. Levis also serves as court appointed co-lead counsel in Frasco v. Flo Health, Inc., No. 3:21-cv-00757-JD (N.D. Cal.), alleging that Meta Platforms, Inc., Google LLC, Flurry, Inc., and Flo Health, Inc. intruded on the privacy rights of women by collecting app users’ medical information (including menstrual and fertility data) without consent. Other prominent actions include USAA Data Security Litigation, No. 21-cv-05813 (S.D.N.Y.) and Barr v. Drizly, LLC, Case No. 20-CV-11492 (D. Mass.).

Mr. Levis is a member of the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession and is an expert in the use of analytics and technology-assisted document review in large class actions. Mr. Levis was selected as a Rising Star in the 2021 and 2022 editions of Super Lawyers.

Amanda Fiorilla

Associate

Amanda Fiorilla is one of the founding members of the firm’s privacy and data breach practices and is well-versed in the unique issues arising in these types of cases. Ms. Fiorilla plays an integral role in several privacy class actions litigating against many large technology companies, including in Frasco v. Flo Health, Inc., No. 3:21-cv-00757-JD (N.D. Cal.) and Wesch v. Yodlee, No. 3:20-cv-05991 (N.D. Cal).

She, along with other members of the firm’s privacy group, serve as co-lead counsel in In re USAA Data Security Litigation, No. 21-cv-05813 (S.D.N.Y.). Their efforts resulted in one of the first decisions of its kind to sustain Drivers Privacy Protection Act claims arising out of an insurance company’s auto-populate feature that disclosed consumers’ private motor vehicle records to hackers and other unwanted third parties. Ms. Fiorilla was part of the team who successfully litigated Barr v. Drizly, LLC, Case No. 20-CV-11492 (D. Mass.), resulting in a multi-million-dollar settlement on behalf of millions of consumers impacted by the mishandling of their data.

Ms. Fiorilla is a zealous advocate and her ability to successfully navigate novel issues of law and fact are particularly useful in litigation involving new and emerging technologies. Ms. Fiorilla was selected as a Rising Star in the 2022 edition of Super Lawyers.

Anthony Christina

Associate

Anthony Christina is a key member of Lowey Dannenberg’s privacy team and has helped achieve substantial recoveries on behalf of wronged consumers. Mr. Christina litigates Wesch v. Yodlee, No. 3:20-cv-05991 (N.D. Cal) and In re USAA Data Security Litigation, No. 21-cv-05813 (S.D.N.Y.), both involving unique claims under the California Anti-Phishing Act and the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act, respectively.
Mr. Christina was selected as a Rising Star in the 2021, 2022, and 2023 editions of Super Lawyers.

Rachel Kesten

Associate

Rachel Kesten is a member of Lowey Dannenberg’s privacy practice and play an integral role in several class actions against some of the largest technology corporations in the world, including Google LLC, Meta Platforms, Inc., and TikTok, Inc. She actively litigates Frasco v. Flo Health, Inc., No. 3:21-cv-00757-JD (N.D. Cal.) and Wesch v. Yodlee, No. 3:20-cv-05991 (N.D. Cal), playing and an instrumental role in the team’s successful defeat of defendants’ motion to dismiss and motion for summary judgment, respectively.

Our Experts: Ready To Help

Christian Levis

Partner

Christian Levis heads Lowey Dannenberg’s privacy practice group and has served as co-lead counsel in several prominent actions resulting in more than $300 million recovered on behalf of individuals. An avid computer programmer with experience developing both iOS and Android apps, Mr. Levis has extensive experience litigating privacy class actions against some of the largest technology companies in the world.

Mr. Levis currently leads the prosecution in In re Google Assistant Priv. Litig., No. 5:19-cv-04286 (N.D. Cal.), a class action on behalf of Google Assistant Enabled Device users whose conversations were obtained by Google, LLC and shared with third parties without users’ consent, and Wesch v. Yodlee, No. 3:20-cv-05991 (N.D. Cal), another data privacy action alleging defendant collected and disclosed the sensitive financial information of tens of millions of individuals without their consent. Mr. Levis also serves as court appointed co-lead counsel in Frasco v. Flo Health, Inc., No. 3:21-cv-00757-JD (N.D. Cal.), alleging that Meta Platforms, Inc., Google LLC, Flurry, Inc., and Flo Health, Inc. intruded on the privacy rights of women by collecting app users’ medical information (including menstrual and fertility data) without consent. Other prominent actions include USAA Data Security Litigation, No. 21-cv-05813 (S.D.N.Y.) and Barr v. Drizly, LLC, Case No. 20-CV-11492 (D. Mass.).

Mr. Levis is a member of the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession and is an expert in the use of analytics and technology-assisted document review in large class actions. Mr. Levis was selected as a Rising Star in the 2021 and 2022 editions of Super Lawyers.

Amanda Fiorilla

Associate

Amanda Fiorilla is one of the founding members of the firm’s privacy and data breach practices and is well-versed in the unique issues arising in these types of cases. Ms. Fiorilla plays an integral role in several privacy class actions litigating against many large technology companies, including in Frasco v. Flo Health, Inc., No. 3:21-cv-00757-JD (N.D. Cal.) and Wesch v. Yodlee, No. 3:20-cv-05991 (N.D. Cal).

She, along with other members of the firm’s privacy group, serve as co-lead counsel in In re USAA Data Security Litigation, No. 21-cv-05813 (S.D.N.Y.). Their efforts resulted in one of the first decisions of its kind to sustain Drivers Privacy Protection Act claims arising out of an insurance company’s auto-populate feature that disclosed consumers’ private motor vehicle records to hackers and other unwanted third parties. Ms. Fiorilla was part of the team who successfully litigated Barr v. Drizly, LLC, Case No. 20-CV-11492 (D. Mass.), resulting in a multi-million-dollar settlement on behalf of millions of consumers impacted by the mishandling of their data.

Ms. Fiorilla is a zealous advocate and her ability to successfully navigate novel issues of law and fact are particularly useful in litigation involving new and emerging technologies. Ms. Fiorilla was selected as a Rising Star in the 2022 edition of Super Lawyers.

Anthony Christina

Associate

Anthony Christina is a key member of Lowey Dannenberg’s privacy team and has helped achieve substantial recoveries on behalf of wronged consumers. Mr. Christina litigates Wesch v. Yodlee, No. 3:20-cv-05991 (N.D. Cal) and In re USAA Data Security Litigation, No. 21-cv-05813 (S.D.N.Y.), both involving unique claims under the California Anti-Phishing Act and the Driver’s Privacy Protection Act, respectively.
Mr. Christina was selected as a Rising Star in the 2021, 2022, and 2023 editions of Super Lawyers.

Rachel Kesten

Associate

Rachel Kesten is a member of Lowey Dannenberg’s privacy practice and play an integral role in several class actions against some of the largest technology corporations in the world, including Google LLC, Meta Platforms, Inc., and TikTok, Inc. She actively litigates Frasco v. Flo Health, Inc., No. 3:21-cv-00757-JD (N.D. Cal.) and Wesch v. Yodlee, No. 3:20-cv-05991 (N.D. Cal), playing and an instrumental role in the team’s successful defeat of defendants’ motion to dismiss and motion for summary judgment, respectively.

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