Jeffrey Leacox is the Co-Managing Shareholder of the Sacramento Office and has represented businesses and trade associations before the California Legislature, the Governor and state agencies for more than two decades. He has wide-ranging public policy experience in business regulation, civil justice and tort reform, corporate governance, employment, health care, insurance, taxation and technology.
Jeffrey helped negotiate and draft many laws governing electronic information and commerce, including the California Online Privacy Protection Act of 2003, the California Consumer Protection Against Computer Spyware Act of 2004 and the California Anti-Phishing Act of 2005. He also lobbied laws concerning database security, financial privacy, anti-spam measures, telemarketing restrictions, internet jurisdiction and online contract formation.
Jeffrey has represented cities, counties, school districts, and special districts as outside counsel in all aspects of their operations, including employee relations and collective bargaining. He also conducted administrative hearings, arbitrated, and litigated in state and federal courts.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jeffrey Leacox