Wake Forest University School of Law,
Oregon State University,
H.B.S. Business Administration, cum laude, 2015
Listed in "Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch" (by BL Rankings) for Commercial Litigation in St. Louis, Missouri, 2022-2023
Thompson Coburn LLP
Associate, 2018 - Present
Summer Associate, 2017
Wake Forest University
Library Research Assistant, 2016 – 2018
Libby assists clients with a wide variety of business litigation matters.
She performs legal research, drafts and reviews pleadings and other documents, supports case management, and assists with client communications. Libby has assisted clients with navigating a wide variety of antitrust matters, including Sherman Act Section 1 and Section 2 issues involving conspiracy, refusal to deal, exclusive dealing, monopolization, and attempted monopolization claims. Additionally, Libby has experience with counseling clients on cybersecurity and privacy issues, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act.
Libby earned her J.D. from Wake Forest University, where she served as Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law and competed in several trial team arenas. In law school, she also served on the board for the law school's Moot Court and was named to the Order of the Barristers upon graduation. Libby focused much of her studies on cybersecurity and privacy and holds CIPP/US, CIPP/E (Europe) and CIPP/A (Asia) Certifications.
FTC issues fine to GoodRx over information sharing
Transportation Security Administration releases security directive on railroad cybersecurity mitigation actions and testing
California issues first fine under CCPA
FTC solicits feedback on advance notice of proposed rulemaking related to commercial surveillance and data security practices
Utah and Connecticut enact comprehensive data privacy laws
Numerous privacy bills introduced in California legislature
Texas sues Meta for alleged violations of Texas biometric law
SEC announces proposed rule related to cybersecurity risk management for investment advisers
Federal Trade Commission publishes final updated Safeguards Rule
Computer-security incident notification requirement takes effect April 1, 2022
Where do BIPA claims stand after the Illinois Supreme Court’s decision on the law’s statute of limitations?
Illinois Supreme Court ruling curtails prominent BIPA defense
DOJ Cyber Fraud Initiative - Cyber Faces the FCA Hammer
Complying with the Revised FTC Safeguards Rule: Lessons from the New York Experience
The Revised FTC Safeguards Rule - What It Means and Why It Is More Important Than You Might Think
California Privacy: CCPA and Beyond
Returning to Work During COVID-19: Employment and Privacy Law Considerations
Election Day Impacts for Cyber and Privacy
Online Breach, Offline Injury: Privacy, Class Actions, and Business in the Internet Age
17 Wake Forest J. Of Bus. And Intell. Prop. L. 227-244 (2017)
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