Tiffany’s practice focuses on representing a wide range of companies in product liability, class action, business and employment litigation matters before state and federal courts. She has experience with all phases of civil litigation, having developed cases from the initial-pleadings stage through discovery, pretrial briefing and trial. She has also worked on numerous trials across the country and, with her team members, has obtained successful results in difficult venues.
Employment Litigation and Policy. Tiffany has represented clients in a variety of areas of labor and employment law, including discrimination and retaliation matters, wage-and-hour collective actions, and noncompetition and nondisclosure matters. She also has experience with charges of discrimination filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, having guided clients through the administrative process. In addition, Tiffany has advised and counseled clients on their employment policies and practices. In recent years, she has successfully resolved a number of discrimination and retaliation matters at the dispositive pleadings stage.
Product Liability and Consumer Protection. Tiffany has represented a wide range of Fortune 500 companies, including pharmaceutical, automotive and medical device companies, in a variety of product-liability actions. Several of these matters were tried to verdict with successful results. Tiffany has also worked closely with nonmedical expert witnesses to prepare them for trial. Her work also includes defending clients against consumer protection claims, including those brought under California’s Unfair Competition Law and Consumer Legal Remedies Act.
Data Privacy. Tiffany has advised international companies on compliance and conflict-of-laws issues with respect to the data privacy laws, regulations and directives of numerous countries, including the United States, Canada, Israel, European Union, and individual European Union member states, focusing on legal issues implicated in the cross-border transfers of data from various countries.
Mark A. Behrens & Tiffany F. Lim, Washington Supreme Court Preserves Integrity of Industrial Insurance Act, King Cty. Bar Ass’n Bar Bulletin, Nov. 2014.
Christopher V. Cotton & Tiffany F. Lim, E-Discovery Reform and Cost Reduction, For the Defense, February 2010.
Christopher V. Cotton & Tiffany F. Lim, Effective Discovery Without Gamesmanship, DRI Electronic Discovery Committee Seminar Course Materials, May 2009.