Zoë K. Wilhelm has a broad litigation practice, with an emphasis on cases involving privacy-based claims, corporate governance disputes, and consumer class actions. She has substantial experience representing communications companies. Zoë writes and speaks frequently about data security and privacy litigation.
Successfully defended telecommunications company in a class action asserting violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Successfully defended car manufacturer in a class action asserting violations of the California Invasion of Privacy Act.
Obtained advantageous class-wide settlement of California Invasion of Privacy Act claims in one of two competing class actions and successfully defended settlement from proposed intervenors.
Obtained summary judgment in favor of pharmaceutical company in an age discrimination case after successfully removing the case to federal court on the basis of fraudulent joinder.
Defended insurance company in class action alleging the insurer improperly charged for workers compensation insurance for independent contractors.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Zoë K. Wilhelm