The Recorder has named Munger, Tolles & Olson a finalist for Tech Industry Litigation Department of the Year.
The award is part of the 2022 California Legal Awards, which celebrate the law firms and legal departments that are instrumental to the state’s thriving technology sector.
Munger, Tolles & Olson was recognized for its leading technology practice representing major tech clients on their most important issues including: representing Lyft in litigation challenging the enforceability of arbitration agreements under the Federal Arbitration Act; successfully defending Intel’s directors and officers in a shareholder derivative lawsuit; and advising YouTube in a high profile putative class action brought by content moderators.
MTO has represented and advised renowned technology companies such as Google LLC, Intel Corporation, Lyft Inc., Airbnb Inc., Snap Inc., TikTok, Block Inc. (formerly Square), LinkedIn, Applied Materials Inc., Meta Platforms Inc., Amazon, Checkr Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Handy Technologies Inc., HP, Hulu, LG, Microsoft Corporation, Quotient Technology Inc., Samsung Electronics Co., Stripe, Inc., View Inc. and Cruise LLC.
The winner will be announced in November during an awards ceremony.
In addition to MTO's selection as a finalist, partner Miriam Kim was named to The Recorder’s list of Women Leaders in Tech Law.
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About Munger Tolles’ Market-Leading Technology Practice
Munger, Tolles & Olson regularly represents the world’s largest consumer-facing technology companies in industry-shaping litigation before federal and state courts across the country including the U.S. Supreme Court. We have helped companies successfully navigate the thorniest lawsuits involving privacy and data security, platform liability, trade secrets and employee mobility, IP protection and other areas of technology law for which there is at times no existing precedent.
Munger Tolles has been involved in many high-profile technology and IP transactions on both buy-side and sell-side, including those in the semiconductor, software, gaming, media, entertainment and biotechnology spaces.
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