Managing Partner of the Los Angeles Office, Co-Head of Commercial Litigation Practice
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP
This year, Fortune 50 companies -- among them, giants in their industry – have increasingly sought the counsel of Ann Marie Mortimer, founder and managing partner of Hunton Andrews Kurth’s Los Angeles office, to confront the novel challenges and regulation endemic to our increasingly virtual world, including Fortune 1 big box retailer Walmart in one of the first alleged CCPA actions in the state of California and Yahoo! (Now Verizon) closing the chapter in what is reported as the largest data breach in history with a highly favorable settlement. Growing her relationship with Facebook, Mortimer is the lead attorney solely representing the social media giant as plaintiff to enforce its terms and protect its users. Mortimer is at the forefront of novel cybersecurity litigation threatening the fundamental business of global brands. She has first-chaired high-profile cases to resolution and decodes technical allegations into common-sense themes.
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