John Ochoa

John Ochoa, Amundsen Davis LLC Photo


John brings an interesting perspective to his clients’ cases. For the first five years of his career, he represented consumers and persons in bringing consumer privacy class actions.

As a member of the Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Service Group, John advises clients on best practices and legal requirements for privacy disclosures to consumers given existing and anticipated consumer privacy and state privacy regulations and guidance. John also counsels clients on evolving data privacy laws, particularly those that govern collection, storage and sharing of sensitive private information, including biometric and genetic data. He partners with clients regarding requirements for compliance with state versions of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners regulations. John also advises companies on data breach response, including notifications and related obligations, and counsels them on reducing potential exposure to data incidents.

John has extensive experience litigating privacy and consumer protection claims on behalf of companies, including claims brought under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), and various state consumer fraud and privacy statutes. He also has significant experience litigating claims involving the use of emerging technology, such as mobile applications and cloud-based services. He represents companies in a variety of industries and service sectors including sales and marketing, wireless/mobile technology, the Internet, health care, insurance, and telecommunications.


Membership & Involvement

  • Member: American Bar Association, Class Action Section  

Resources & Insights


Speaking Engagements

Education on Demand

  • Data Privacy and Security Concerns for Employers in 2023

    During this presentation Molly Arranz and John Ochoa will review data privacy and security concerns for employers, including concerns related to the Biometric Privacy Act and the Genetic Information Privacy Act. They will review best practices and policies employers should have in place to avoid legal pitfalls.


The John Marshall Law School, J.D., 2010, magna cum laude

University of Iowa, B.A., 2004, with honors 


  • Illinois 
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