Darcey Groden is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US) and a member of Fisher Phillips’ Data Security and Workplace Privacy Group and Consumer Privacy Team. Darcey also regularly litigates complex single-plaintiff cases involving discrimination, retaliation, harassment, and breach of contract.
Darcey’s privacy practice includes partnering with clients to help them meet their compliance obligations with state consumer privacy laws, including the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). Darcey advises clients on compliance with national and other state data protection laws, including drafting privacy policies and data protection and sharing agreements in compliance with applicable data privacy laws. Darcey also has assisted clients in responding to data breaches. Darcey regularly presents and publishes articles relating to data privacy matters, including consumer privacy laws and privacy law trends.
Darcey routinely litigates employment matters in federal and state courts and in arbitration. Darcey has represented employers in claims adverse to C-suite and/or other highly compensated former employees, and she also regularly litigates disability and failure to accommodate claims. Darcey’s practice includes employment-adjacent business and contract disputes.
After graduating from Harvard Law School, Darcey clerked for the Honorable William M. Jackson in the District of Columbia Superior Court. Prior to joining Fisher Phillips, Darcey was an associate at a large general practice law firm in its Labor & Employment Department. During that time, Darcey gained significant experience in litigating employment cases strategically and aggressively.