Daniel Rockey practices out of the firm’s San Francisco office and represents companies in the technology and sharing economy sectors, focusing on complex commercial litigation matters, regulatory counseling and investigations, privacy and data security, and brand protection strategies. Many of Dan's clients are leaders in the sharing economy. Dan also represents companies focused on digital marketing and lead generation. Dan regularly handles complex litigation matters, including class, derivative and representative actions under the TCPA, CLRA, UCL and other unfair business practice statutes, and tries cases in both state and federal court.
Mr. Rockey is a frequent speaker on matters relating to privacy and data security, brand protection strategies and developments in internet law and litigation. He has been a Certified Information Privacy Professional since 2008 and has deep knowledge and experience in the areas of privacy and data security, intellectual property, antitrust, unfair business practices, securities and consumer class action litigation. He is also the author of numerous articles concerning developments in the areas of privacy and internet law, including recent articles concerning legislative efforts to regulate online behavioral marketing, recent FTC enforcement matters and developments in civil litigation concerning internet law and privacy.