ZOË SEAMAN-GRANT is an associate at Edelson PC where she primarily handles privacy-related class actions and environmental mass tort actions. Her current clients include nonprofit organizations challenging a facial recognition company’s collection of biometric data, consumers suing a home security company for privacy violations, and hundreds of people seeking compensation for exposure to ethylene oxide.
Zoë received her J.D. from University of Michigan, where she was an editor of the Michigan Journal of Gender & Law. During her time at Michigan, she also served as a board member for Sexual Assault & Harassment Legal Advocacy Services (SAHLAS), an organization that supported University of Michigan students filing sexual misconduct complaints under Title IX. Zoë interned with the New York Attorney General’s Claims Bureau and Davis Polk & Wardwell. While in school, she also worked as a Faculty Research Assistant at the University of Michigan Law Library.
Zoë graduated from Bates College, where she earned her B.A. in Women’s and Gender Studies. She completed an honors thesis titled “Constructing Womanhood and the Female Cyborg: A Feminist Reading of Ex Machina and Westworld.”
- Representing several Illinois nonprofits challenging Clearview’s collection of Illinois residents’ facial biometric data. ACLU, et al. v. Clearview AI, Inc., No. 2020 CH 04353 (Cir. Ct. Cook Cnty.).
- Representing customers of a home security company suing for privacy violations after an employee of the company secretly watched customers’ home security video feeds. Doty v. ADT, LLC, Case No. 20-cv-60972-AHS (S.D. Fla.).
- Representing Georgia, Illinois, and Colorado residents suffering from illnesses due to companies’ decades-long use and emission of ethylene oxide.
- Browman v. KPR, No. 1:21-cv-00112 (S.D. Ga.).
- Koch v. Medline Industries, Inc. and Vantage Specialty Chemicals, Inc., No. 2019L009502 (Cir. Ct. Cook Cnty.).
- Jordan v. Terumo BCT Sterilization Services, Inc., No. 2020CV031457 (Co. Dist. Ct.).
- Note, Title IX and the Alleged Victimization of Men: Applying Twombly to Federal Title IX Lawsuits Brought by Men Accused of Sexual Assault, 28 MICH. J. GENDER & L. (forthcoming Fall 2021).