A $58 million proposed class action settlement with financial technology platform Plaid Inc. on Thursday is the latest in a string of high-profile deals negotiated in part by privacy attorneys at Cooley.

Michael Rhodes, global chair of Cooley’s cyber/data/privacy and internet practice groups, led negotiations with attorneys for payment app users claiming Plaid tracks granular financial data without their consent. The tentative deal is the second this week for Rhodes, who also reached an $85 million proposed settlement July 31 on behalf of Zoom Video Communications over its security practices.