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Amy P. Frenzen

Associate
San Francisco

P 415-796-5404 F 415-394-9401
Amy.Frenzen@jacksonlewis.com

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Amy P. Frenzen

Biography

Amy P. Frenzen is an Associate in the San Francisco, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C.  Her practice focuses on representing employers in wage and hour class actions and other workplace law matters.  She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) with the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Ms. Frenzen practiced general commercial litigation at a large national firm, including defense of software and hardware developers in contract disputes. She also worked in commercial regulatory affairs at a major biotech company, and in the Products Liability practice group of a large national firm defending pharmaceutical manufacturers against claims of unfair trade practices, off-label promotion, personal injury, and wrongful death in state and federal courts around the country. Ms. Frenzen also has experience advising large corporations, nonprofits, and political action committees on various political compliance issues, including campaign finance, lobby disclosures, and government ethics.

While pursuing her law degree, Ms. Frenzen was on the staff of the University of San Francisco Law Review and a Literary Editor of the University of San Francisco Maritime Law Journal. She also served as a legal extern with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District and the Sierra Club’s Environmental Law Program; and received a CALI Award in Administrative Law.

 

Published Works

  • “Google Faces European Consumer Group Complaints Alleging GDPR Violations for Improper Collection of Location Tracking Data,” Gordon & Rees Privacy & Data Security Blog (December 2018) [Author]
  • “Be Prepared: Application of Work Product Privilege to Deposition Preparation Materials,” ABA Young Advocates Summer 2016 Newsletter, Vol. 6, No.3. [Author]
  • “Proposed Amendments to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure May Significantly Impact Discovery,” Drinker Biddle & Reath Client Alert (August 15, 2013) [Co-Author]