Tiffany Cheung

Partner | San Francisco

tcheung@mofo.com | (415) 268-6848

tcheung@mofo.com
(415) 268-6848

The key to planning and implementing the right litigation, compliance, and privacy strategy is to develop and maintain a strong partnership with our clients.

Tiffany is co-chair of MoFo’s global Litigation Department and also serves as co-chair of the firm’s Class Actions & Mass Torts Practice Group. Clients seek out Tiffany for her experience and successful track record in defending clients in consumer class actions in a broad range of industries. She has advised extensively on Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) disputes, as well as matters involving unfair business practices and consumer fraud laws, in courts throughout the United States.

Tiffany has represented numerous Fortune 500 companies in TCPA litigation, including McKesson Corporation, LexisNexis, and 24 Hour Fitness. She advises on the intricacies of the TCPA and CAN-SPAM Acts, ensuring her clients have compliant policies and practices. She also does substantial work involving privacy and data security, and has represented clients in privacy litigation, investigations, and actions brought by government officials.

Tiffany was recently recognized by BTI Consulting Group as one of a small group of attorneys nationwide who represent the “absolute best of the best” in the area of client service. Her clients include leaders in the technology, healthcare, financial services, and retail sectors.

She is an editor, and frequent contributor, to the Morrison & Foerster’s Class Dismissed blog and a contributing editor of the TCPA Report section of MoFo’s Financial Services Quarterly Report. As a thought leader, Tiffany often speaks to groups of industry peers about key developments in class action privacy litigation.

Because she is committed to the firm’s pro bono program, Tiffany works on diverse matters in that arena, including representing numerous clients in connection with guardianship proceedings and immigration proceedings for children.

More About Tiffany

Tiffany earned her B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley with high honors and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She received her J.D. from the University of California, Boalt Hall School of Law in 2000, where she was Editor-in-Chief of the Asian Law Journal. From 2000 to 2001, she was a judicial clerk for the Honorable Marian Blank Horn of the United States Court of Federal Claims and also served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Susan R. Bolton of the United States District Court for the District of Arizona from 2001 to 2002.

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Experience

  • Representing technology company in consumer class actions pending in courts around the country, challenging such things as recruitment practices, cancellation fees, and sending texts to consumers (i.e., TCPA claims). In one of these matters, achieved a ruling in favor of defendant after evidentiary hearing in the Northern District of California.

  • Represented technology company in a case involving data breach claims based on allegations of improper disclosure of personal identifying information, including social security numbers. (N.D. Cal.)

  • Represented a consumer electronics manufacturer in class action involving alleged violations of the Wiretap Act and unfair competition claims. Defeated class certification and achieved summary judgment in favor of defendant, which was affirmed by the Ninth Circuit.

  • Defeated a litigated class certification motion in a putative nationwide class action alleging that defendant made auto-dialed calls to cell phones without consent. (C.D. Cal.)

  • Represented a pharmaceutical manufacturer in multi-district federal and state court litigation brought by states and counties against dozens of pharmaceutical companies involving the alleged overpayment by the Medicaid program for prescription drugs. All related cases settled on a favorable basis. (D. Mass. and state courts in Alabama, Kansas, Louisiana, New York, and Utah)

  • Represented wireless carrier in coordinated multi-district litigation of more than 30 putative class actions that challenged charges for data usage by the wireless carrier. (D.N.J.)



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