Bethany Gayle Lukitsch
Partner, Co-Chair of Class Action Practice
After lawmakers passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in 2018, McGuireWoods Los Angeles partner Bethany Lukitsch became a go-to adviser for companies trying to determine whether the law applies to them and how they should prepare for the law’s Jan. 1, 2020, implementation. As co-chair of McGuireWoods’ national class action practice, Lukitsch also represents prominent companies in high-stakes litigation matters in state and federal courts throughout the country and she serves on the firm’s associates committee. Companies doing business with California consumers face serious penalties for failing to comply with the CCPA. Lukitsch, a member of the firm’s data privacy and security team, has been helping corporate clients throughout the country navigate the new regulatory framework and adopt compliance plans from the moment the law was enacted. Lukitsch is recognized nationally as a thought leader in class action litigation issues.
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