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Elizabeth Casale

Associate

St. Louis
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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.

Blogs

Second Circuit rules that risk of future identity theft not enough to support standing in data breach class action

CPPA invites comments on various privacy topics

The evolving standing doctrine in privacy litigation - Ramirez and beyond

Claims under CCPA survive motion to dismiss

Connecticut enacts cybersecurity laws aimed at data breaches

Texas amends data breach notification law, creates public listing of data breaches

Colorado enacts consumer privacy law, becoming third state to do so

New CCPA regulations announced shortly before new Attorney General named

A wave of new state privacy legislation may be on the horizon

New York Assembly introduces the Biometric Privacy Act

TCLEs

California Privacy: CCPA and Beyond

Returning to Work During COVID-19: Employment and Privacy Law Considerations

Election Day Impacts for Cyber and Privacy

Publications

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)