Baker & Hostetler LLP is a law firm. The firm focuses on antitrust and competition; class action defense; bankruptcy, restructuring, and creditors' rights; business and corporate; employee benefits; employment; intellectual property; international; legislative and regulatory; privacy and data protection; private wealth; complex commercial litigation; corporate governance; employee benefits; litigation; mergers and acquisitions; real estate; tax; securities offerings and compliance; and white collar defense and corporate investigations. It caters to distribution and franchise; financial services; energy; healthcare; hedge fund; hospitality; life sciences; software; and sports and entertainmen...
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Founded in 1916
Baker & Hostetler Appoints Matthew Thurlow as Partner
Jul 23 17
BakerHostetler of the District appointed Matthew Thurlow as partner in the firm's D.C. office.
BakerHostetler Adds Laura Jehl to Firm's Globally Ranked Privacy, Data Protection Team
Jul 17 17
BakerHostetler has announced that Partner Laura Jehl has joined the firm, resident in the Washington, D.C., office, as a member of the Chambers-ranked privacy and data protection team. Jehl's standing as one of the first attorneys to develop privacy policies and litigate internet law makes her a dynamic addition to the firm's highly respected cybersecurity practice. As former vice president and chief litigation counsel at America Online Inc., Jehl led AOL's response to several government investigations, including early Federal Trade Commission (FTC) investigations into privacy matters. She joins BakerHostetler from Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP, where she served as a co-leader of that firm's privacy and cybersecurity practice and its blockchain technology and digital currency group. Jehl brings more than 25 years of experience counseling multinational companies on issues related to cybersecurity, data breaches, international and domestic data privacy laws, data transfer, big data controversies, and compliance counseling. In addition, she has been involved in responding to large-scale state-sponsored cybersecurity incidents, complex federal and state government investigations, and resulting litigation in a multitude of industries, including healthcare, internet technology, hospitality, retail, aerospace and defense, blockchain, and financial services. Jehl is particularly focused on working closely with U.S. law enforcement and regulatory agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the United States Secret Service, the FTC and the Department of Justice (DOJ), as well as state and local authorities. In addition to her focus on cybersecurity, she provides privacy counsel on matters related to blockchain technology and digital currency and helps businesses conduct privacy risk assessments and respond to government investigations.
Baker & Hostetler LLP Appoints Inge Larish as Partner in the Intellectual Property Practice and Patent Litigation Team in the Seattle Office
Jul 12 17
Baker & Hostetler LLP has appointed Inge Larish as a partner in the intellectual property practice and patent litigation team in the Seattle office. With more than 20 years of patent litigation experience, Larish works with multinational technology companies in the mobile device, software, wireless, semiconductor, and computer engineering and architecture industries. She has extensive experience counseling clients as they develop standards for video and audio processing. With a background in programming and mathematics, she has handled a wide variety of cases in the electrical and computer sciences. Larish has represented clients in US International Trade Commission investigations and has litigated cases throughout the country and before the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Her experience encompasses all stages of patent litigation through trial and appeal; claim construction briefs and hearings; technical and expert depositions; hearings; expert reports; Daubert hearings; interlocutory appeals; preliminary injunctions; summary judgment practice, including oral argument; pre- and post-trial motion practice; and appellate practice.