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Sarah Guerrero advises clients in a broad range of industries on compliance with data privacy regulations and cybersecurity requirements, civil litigation, and internal investigations.

  • Counsels companies on data privacy issues and evaluation of legal and reputational risks, focusing on consumer and children's privacy, biometric data, and foreign online data laws.
  • Provides advice to global technology companies on the California Consumer Privacy Act.
  • Assists media companies in engagement with the Federal Trade Commission regarding the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act.
  • Represents a major technology company in a novel privacy class action concerning digital music.
  • Represents a multinational pharmaceutical company in connection with a government investigation.
  • Advised an international internet company in a communications class action concerning the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
  • Conducted an independent investigation of sexual misconduct for a private secondary school.

Pro Bono

  • Represents activists asserting First Amendment rights against U.S. Border Patrol agents and other government officials.
  • Represents plaintiffs in consumer litigation involving false advertising claims.
  • Provided advice to civil rights organization advocating for cybercrime statute reform.

Previous Experience

  • Legal Advocate and Bureau of Immigration Appeals Accredited Representative, Immigrants Rising (formerly Educators for Fair Consideration)
  • Immigration Paralegal (2011-2015)
  • Family Law Facilitator’s Office/Self-Help Center Intern, Superior Court of San Mateo