US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

  • McCurley v. Royal Seas Cruises

    Whether Royal Seas Cruises can be held vicariously liable for illegal robocalls made on its behalf using bad leads from an online lead generator.

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Robocalls

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Sanchez v. Los Angeles Department of Transportation

    Whether compelled disclosure of detailed location information on individual e-scooter trips violates the Fourth Amendment.

    • Data Protection

    • Fourth Amendment

    • Location Tracking

    • Privacy Laws

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Patel v. Facebook

    Whether collection of an individual's biometric data in violation of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act is sufficient to establish Article III standing

    • Article III Standing

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Face Surveillance & Biometrics

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Gallion v. Charter Communications

    Whether the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ban on unsolicited calls to mobile phones using an autodialer or prerecorded voice message is constitutional under the First Amendment

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Robocalls

    • Amicus Briefs

  • In re: Facebook, Inc. Internet Tracking Litigation

    Whether Facebook violated the privacy rights of users by tracking their web browsing history even after they logged out of the platform

    • Big Data

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Social Media Privacy

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Campbell v. Facebook

    Whether the lower court erred in approving a proposed class action settlement that allowed Facebook to continue scanning private messages as long as the company posts a notice about the practice in its privacy policy

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Enforcement of Privacy Laws

    • Social Media Privacy

    • Amicus Briefs

  • In re: Google Cookie Placement Settlement

    Whether the lower court erred in approving a proposed class action settlement in the Google "cookie placement" litigation that did not provide direct relief to class members and would distribute funds to groups with prior connections to Google and class counsel.

    • Big Data

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Data Protection

    • Enforcement of Privacy Laws

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Eichenberger v. ESPN

    Whether ESPN's tracking of video viewing habits of streaming users violates the Video Privacy Protection Act and whether consumers whose VPPA rights have been violated can establish Article III standing to sue in federal court

    • Article III Standing

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Enforcement of Privacy Laws

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Smith v. Facebook

    Whether Facebook's tracking of users' visits to medical websites violates California and Federal privacy laws

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Data Protection

    • Health Privacy

    • Social Media Privacy

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Jane and John Does 1-10 v. David Daleiden

    Whether a Court Properly Enjoined Release of Names and Other Identifying Information Under the Washington Public Records Act

    • Freedom of Information Act

    • Open Government

    • Amicus Briefs