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Joshua Briones

  • Emanuel v. The Los Angeles Lakers Inc., 13-55678 (CD CA) – Motion to dismiss Plaintiff’s class action claims that Defendant contacted Plaintiff without consent granted with prejudice (no discovery).
  • Baird v. Sabre Inc. CV-00999-SVW-JPR (CD CA) – Motion to dismiss Plaintiff’s class action claims that Defendant contacted Plaintiff without consent granted with prejudice (no discovery).
  • ConsumerInfo.com, Inc. v. Money Management International, Inc., 374 Fed. Appx. 696, 2010 WL 882868 (C.A. 9 March 11, 2010) - Reversed the trial court’s granting of the plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment involving client’s trademark.
  • Dillon et al. v. Wingstop Restaurants Inc., 17-02123-CJC (CD CA) – Motion to dismiss Plaintiff’s class action claims that Defendant contacted Plaintiff without consent granted.
  • Gruber v. Yelp Inc. CGC 16-554784 (ND CA) – Motion for summary judgment of Plaintiff’s claims that Defendant unlawfully recorded conversations granted.
  • Katz v. Metropolitan Transportation Authority, 1:17-CV-00472-KAM-RLM (ED NY) – Motion to dismiss Plaintiff’s class action claims that Defendant disclosed Plaintiff’s allegedly private data without consent.
  • Lifsey et al. v. Kraft Foods Global Inc., 2-07-CV-D0041 (CD CA) – Motion to dismiss Plaintiff’s class action claims labeling misrepresented the actual ingredients in the product granted with prejudice.
  • Moreno v. San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District, et al., 17-CV-02911-JSC (ND CA) – Motion to dismiss Plaintiff’s class action claims that Defendant secretly tracked users granted.
  • Quan v. Computer Sciences Corp., 623 F.3d 870 (9th Cir. 2010) – Motion for summary judgment affirmed as to Plaintiff’s class action claims involving securities investments by ERISA fiduciaries.
Case Study
Mintz defended the Cleveland Cavaliers in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class action lawsuit filed in the Northern District of California. Mintz secured an extremely favorable settlement based on evidence that the filer is a serial plaintiff.
Case Study
Mintz helped a national clothing and accessories retailer secure an early dismissal of a Superior Court of California class action alleging violation of the California Invasion of Privacy Act. Mintz’s defense team succeeded in getting the case dismissed without any discovery.
Case Study
Mintz obtained a dismissal of a Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action for Hofman Hospitality Group restaurant Lucille’s BBQ without any discovery. The plaintiff claimed a text message about a dinner reservation that contained a link to specials violated the TCPA.