Miranda Gonzalez’s practice focuses on litigation.
Miranda joined the firm in 2017.
- Competitions Associate Executive Editor, Moot Court Board, New York University School of Law
“New Limits on Forum Shopping: Standing and Jurisdiction as Hurdles in Class and Mass Actions,” ABA Spring Class Actions and Derivative Suits Section of Litigation Newsletter, co-authored with Rishi Zutshi, Lina Bensman, Ariel M. Fox, and Kate Massey, May 23, 2019
“Supreme Court Vacates Approval of Class Action Settlement and Remands to Determine Article III Standing in Data Privacy Case,” Cleary Cybersecurity and Privacy Watch blog, co-authored with Alexis Collins and Anne Titus Hilby, April 1, 2019
“California District Court Dismisses Securities Class Action After Plaintiffs Failed to Plead that PayPal Knew Magnitude of Security Breach,” Cleary Cybersecurity and Privacy Watch blog, co-authored with Roger Cooper, Rahul Mukhi, and Alexis Collins, January 4, 2019
“Fourth Circuit and Eighth Circuit Address Injury in Data Breach Cases,” Cleary Cybersecurity and Privacy Watch blog, co-authored with Roger Cooper, July 11, 2018; republished by the Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report, November/December 2018