Liana helps clients navigate complex advertising and privacy laws from a practical standpoint.
Liana counsels companies on regulatory compliance and litigation, including clients facing investigations and lawsuits by the FTC and state attorneys general. In particular, she helps businesses with proactive compliance reviews to understand and mitigate legal risks, and she regularly responds to CIDs and other government requests. If a dispute arises, she works tirelessly to secure a favorable outcome.
Liana's clients include tech and ecommerce businesses seeking advice on complex marketing, advertising, and privacy laws. She helps companies navigate the data privacy and security landscape, including under the CCPA/CPRA, biometrics legislation, and COPPA/laws relating to children. She is well-versed on the legal landscape involving consumer protection, endorsements, subscriptions/negative options, dietary supplements, coaching/business opportunities, and financial education offers. A large part of her practice also includes working both with and against large tech and social media companies. Further, she represents clients in class actions involving false advertising claims and digital-media-related offers.
Prior to joining Kronenberger Rosenfeld, Liana defended FTC cases and counseled clients on data privacy and security issues at an international law firm in Washington, D.C. She has litigated in state and federal courts across the country and has experience with early settlement, mediation, dispositive motions, trial, and appeals.
Liana obtained her J.D., with high honors, from The George Washington University Law School where she was on the Moot Court and Mock Trial Boards and The George Washington Law Review. While in school, Liana won the international Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Court competition in Pilsen, Czech Republic. Liana studied abroad in Paris, France, and she has served on legal executive committees as well as school boards in the Bay Area.