Joshua Briones advises clients regarding compliance with state and federal laws, which govern the use and disclosure of consumer information.

For example, Joshua advises companies in Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and associated FTC regulations, privacy, the cloud, social networks, blogs and user generated content, sponsored links, spamming, phishing, identity theft, and in the defense of data privacy, advertising and other privacy and Internet related class actions.

Beyond privacy matters, Joshua also has an active complex business litigation practice, including representing parties in consumer class actions, trademark and trade secret litigation and shareholder derivative and securities litigation. A trademark litigation case, ConsumerInfo.com v. Money Management International, Inc., resulted in a favorable reported decision for our client.

Areas of Concentration

  • Privacy and security litigation and counseling, including the defense of privacy putative class actions
  • Internet litigation and counseling
  • Trade secret and Trademark litigation and counseling
  • Shareholder derivative and securities litigation
  • Electronic discovery

DLA Piper Committee Service

Joshua is on the Hiring Committee for the Los Angeles office. He is also a member of DLA Piper's Los Angeles Pro Bono Committee and the Pro Bono Coordinator for the Century City office. Joshua is head of the Los Angeles Diversity Committee and also serves as DLA Piper's Hispanic/Latino Affinity Group leader.