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John A. Vogt

John Vogt's practice focuses exclusively on defending clients sued in significant state, federal, and nationwide class actions.

John's class action experience is substantial and includes data breach, identity theft, and privacy litigation as well as the sale of consumer data, claims under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), recording and wiretap claims under Sections 632 and 632.7 of California's Penal Code, claims under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (and its state law counterparts), claims under the Federal Credit Repair Organizations Act (and its state law counterparts), negative option advertising and automatic renewal of online subscription services, deceptive product labeling, claims under Section 17200 of California's Business & Professions Code (UCL), claims under California's Consumer Legal Remedies Act (CLRA), breach of express and implied warranty claims under California's Song-Beverly Act and the federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, the design and sale of engineered products, tobacco advertising and promotions, and bundled billing. [1]