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Todd Logan

Associate

I studied politics at Pomona College, received my J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School, and clerked for Judge James Donato of the Northern District of California. I focus my practice on class actions, mass torts, and government affirmative litigation.

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Curriculum Vitae

TODD LOGAN represents Butte County residents who lost their homes and businesses in the Camp Fire, governments and other entities seeking to recover losses arising out of the nationwide opioid epidemic, former NCAA football players suffering from the harmful effects of concussions, consumers seeking compensation for their gambling losses to illegal internet casinos, and consumers who have been defrauded or otherwise suffered damages under state consumer protection laws.

 

In recent years, Todd has led the litigation and settlement of a variety of class action cases alleging claims under federal, state, and local laws. For example, in Dickey v. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., No. 15-cv-04922, 2019 WL 251488, (N.D. Cal. Jan. 17, 2019), Todd briefed and argued a successful motion for nationwide class certification in a complex consumer class action alleging claims under California Law. In Robins v. Spokeo, No. 10-cv-5306 (C.D. Cal.), after remand from both the Supreme Court and the Ninth Circuit, Todd led the litigation of the class’ claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act for more than a year before the case entered settlement posture on favorable terms. And in Sekura v. L.A. Tan Enterprises, Inc., No. 15-ch-16694 (Cir. Ct. Cook County, Ill.), Todd represented a class of consumers alleging claims under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (“BIPA”) and ultimately obtained a seven-figure class action settlement – the first ever BIPA class action settlements.

 

Before becoming a lawyer, Todd built SQL databases for a technology company and worked at various levels in state and local government. Todd received his J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was Managing Editor of the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology. Todd also assisted Professor William B. Rubenstein with research and analysis on a wide variety of class action issues, and is credited for his work in more than eighty sections of Newberg on Class Actions. After law school, Todd served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable James Donato of the Northern District of California.

 

Representative Cases:
Kater v. Churchill Downs Downs Inc., No. 15-cv-00612, 2018 WL 5734656 (W.D. Wash. Nov. 2, 2018). After Ninth Circuit order reversing dismissal, defeated defendant’s motion to compel arbitration in putative nationwide consumer class action against gambling company.

Dickey v. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., No. 15-cv-04922, 2019 WL 251488, (N.D. Cal. Jan. 17, 2019). Obtained certification of nationwide class of consumers alleging claims under California consumer protection laws.

In re Facebook, Inc., Consumer Privacy User Profile Litig., No. 18-cv-06486, 2019 WL 348893 (N.D. Cal. Jan. 29, 2019). Appointed Special Assistant State’s Attorney; assisted in briefing successful motion to remand case filed by Cook County State’s Attorney on behalf of the People of the State of Illinois.

Benson v. Double Down Interactive, LLC, No. 18-cv-00525, 2018 WL 5921062 (W.D. Wash. Nov. 13, 2018) and Wilson v. Huuuge, Inc., No. 3:18-cv-05276, 2018 WL 5921019 (W.D. Wash. Nov. 13, 2018). Defeated defendants’ motions to compel arbitration in putative nationwide and statewide consumer class actions against gambling companies.

Fife v. Sci. Games Corp., No. 18-cv-00565, 2018 WL 6620485 (W.D. Wash. Dec. 18, 2018), Wilson v. PTT, LLC, No. 18-cv-05275, 2018 WL 6591621 (W.D. Wash. Dec. 14, 2018), and Wilson v. Playtika, Ltd., No. 18-cv-05277, 2018 WL 6065658 (W.D. Wash. Nov. 20, 2018). Defeated various motions to dismiss, including discovery-intensive jurisdictional motions made by foreign defendants, in putative consumer class actions against gambling companies.

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