Hit by a major data breach and facing probable litigation, the California State Bar has hired a go-to firm with experience advising companies with big privacy problems: Cooley.

The bar on Monday announced that it retained the Cooley team of Michael Rhodes, chair of the firm’s cyber, data and privacy practice; former federal prosecutor Tiana Demas; and Travis LeBlanc, an advisor to then-California Attorney General Kamala Harris and former chief of the Federal Communications Commission Enforcement Bureau.

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