Lee Anne Mitchel has served as firm administrator for InfoLawGroup LLP since 2014.
Prior to working at InfoLawGroup, LLP, Lee Anne served as a Legal Assistant at two Los Angeles law firms. She also worked as an Administrative Assistant for a small consulting firm, working directly with the firm CEO.
University of California, Los Angeles, Extension; November 1985 Attorney Assistant Training Program offered with the UCLA School of Law and approved by the American Bar Association, Certificate in Litigation
University of California, Davis; Bachelor of Arts, Economics; June 1985
With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) recently going into effect and the passage of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which will become law in 2020, companies across the country are scrambling to understand their obligations under these new data privacy regulations and set compliance programs in place. InfoLawGroup’s Justine Gottshall sat down … Continue Reading
InfoLawGroup congratulates partner Justine Young Gottshall for being recognized by SC Magazine as one of the 5 Women in IT Security: Women to Watch. It is an honor to be named, particularly given the other accomplished and successful women on the list, and those profiled throughout the Women in IT Security issue. Ms. Gottshall is the sole … Continue Reading
The Information Law Group is looking for one fantastic lawyer to join our team. If you are interested, please see the information below. Requirements InfoLawGroup is looking for a candidate with 4-8 years of experience as an attorney drafting and negotiating digital media, IT, data security and privacy related contracts/schedules. Bar membership in Illinois, Washington DC or California … Continue Reading
Andrew Hoffman was quoted in a Law360 article on March 19, 2015, regarding the settlement of the Target consumer data breach litigation. His comments addressed the reasonableness of the settlement and the size of the settlement fund in relation to other breach settlements. … Continue Reading
Andrew Hoffman was quoted in a Law360 article on January 9, 2015, regarding the grant of class certification in the Wal-Mart ZIP code collection litigation in California federal court. Andrew’s comments are regarding the commonality requirement for class certification and how the Wal-Mart case differed from the recent Ikea ZIP code collection case, where the … Continue Reading
On Dec. 10, 2014, Andrew Hoffman was quoted in Businessweek.com. He comments that in prior cases victims needed to show actual or imminent financial loss for cases to proceed in Federal Court.… Continue Reading
Attending the BAA Conference? Please join our partner, Justine Gottshall, as she leads a panel on Privacy by Design – A Cast of Characters: The Lawyer, the Marketer & the Organization. She will be joined by Susan Cooper from Facebook, Susan Goodhue from LinkedIn, and Michael McCullough from Macy’s. The session is on November 6, … Continue Reading
Boris Segalis was quoted in an article by Marianne Kolbasuk McGee on October 10, 2014 in the Healthcare Info Security news letter. He commented on how breech lawsuits are being dismissed for lack of proof of damages and ambiguity in the laws.… Continue Reading
Partner, Heather Nolan, will speak on July 30th at the BAA Webinar on Sweepstakes, Contests & Games. The dates of the 6 part webinar are June 18 & 25 and July 9, 16,23, & 30th. If you are interested in improving your “understanding the basics of sweeps or, seasoned, and need to extend your knowledge … Continue Reading