Biography

Ashley Roybal-Reid has diverse litigation experience in federal and California courts, where she has represented clients in intellectual property, tort, class action, and complex commercial disputes.

Ashley has been involved in all stages of litigation, from filing and responding to lawsuits, to discovery, alternative dispute resolution efforts and pre-trial preparation, to trial and post-trial motions. Her broad range of experience allows her strategize effectively: limiting protracted litigation where possible, while ensuring that clients are well positioned to go to trial, if needed.

While in law school, Ashley served as a law clerk for the Appeals, Writs, & Trials Unit of the Office of the State Attorney General in San Francisco and as a law clerk for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California.

Ashley maintains an active pro bono practice, primarily focused on assisting unaccompanied minors in applying for and obtaining asylum.

Ashley is conversational in Spanish and French.

Firm Highlights

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New CCPA Lawsuit Against Zoom: Issues to Watch

As large portions of society become subject to coronavirus-related quarantines, increasing numbers of people have turned to web-based communications platforms for classes, meetings, events, and socialization. One such platform, Zoom, has become, in some...

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Litigation Management Checklist in the Time of COVID-19

We are all experiencing unprecedented challenges right now, both personally and professionally. To ease some of your legal team’s anxieties, we have put together a litigation-specific checklist with the measures we recommend taking, which...

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Public Ends From Private Means: Privacy Rights and Benevolent Use of Personal Data

With the explosion of COVID-19 cases worldwide, companies and governments have expanded their interest in the use of the vast stores of consumer data. Even where such collection and use of personal data is ostensibly...

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Private Rights of Action and the CCPA—Unlimited Limitation?

As we are all well aware by now, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) (Cal. Civ. Code Sections 1798.100 et seq.) went into effect on Jan. 1. Through its amendments and regulations (the latter...

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Zoom & Schools: New Privacy Issues Arise

As school districts increasingly rely on Zoom to facilitate online classes, and in many cases are expressly directing students to download and use the app, it implicates new legal concerns for the company. State...

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COVID-19 IP Lessons: Consider the Big Picture

In any crisis, there are always those that look to take advantage of the situation.  The coronavirus pandemic is no different. Here, we have highlighted a few of the most egregious fortune hunters, attempting...

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Zoom Successfully Addresses New York’s Privacy and Security Concerns

A few weeks ago on this blog, we addressed some of the legal issues that have arisen for Zoom , as it becomes a significant part of American daily life during the COVID-19 pandemic. ...

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