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Abby Pringle is an associate in Cooley LLP’s Litigation Department in San Francisco. Ms. Pringle practices complex commercial litigation with a focus on consumer class actions and emerging issues in Internet and privacy law. Ms. Pringle received her law degree from Northwestern University School of Law.
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