Erica Kitaev’s practice focuses on the defense of complex commercial disputes, including class actions, with a special emphasis on privacy concerns, discovery management and advocacy, and data security breaches. With deep understanding of the issues related to information management, Erica understands her clients’ data and its implications on their cases. She brings a holistic approach to her practice, developing strategies that address not only the legal side of client situations, but their business objectives, as well.
Significantly involved in the realm of privacy and data protection, Erica teaches a seminar on privacy law at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and is a member of the College of Law’s advisory board for the Privacy Foundation, which conducts research and educates practitioners of the legal profession and the general public about technologies that affect personal privacy. In addition, she is a contributor to BakerHostetler’s Data Privacy Monitor blog and a frequent writer and speaker on privacy topics.