Justyna Walukiewicz Lee

Senior Associate
Securities Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement

Justyna Lee, a senior associate in the San Francisco office, is a member of the Litigation Division, particularly the Securities Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement group.

Ms. Lee focuses her practice on the representation of public companies, directors and officers in securities class actions, SEC and DOJ investigations and enforcement actions, shareholder derivative actions and actions brought under federal and state securities laws. She has extensive experience managing internal company investigations involving compliance breaches and securities law violations.

Significant involvement in recent cases including the following:

  • Represented the former GC of Mercury Interactive, Inc. in an SEC enforcement action. The matter was resolved on non-fraud basis before trial.
  • Represented the former President and COO of Countrywide Financial Corporation in connection with investigations by and litigation with the SEC and related class actions and derivative litigation.
  • Represented the former controller of Brocade Communications, Inc. in connection with shareholder litigation and SEC and DOJ investigations related to stock options.
  • Managed multiple internal investigations regarding compliance and securities law issues.
  • Defended Facebook, Inc., and its founder, Mark Zuckerberg, in litigation related to the creation and ownership of the company.
Justyna Lee
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Admitted In
  • California
Court Admissions
United States District Court
  • Northern District of California
United States Courts of Appeals
  • Ninth Circuit

  • J.D., Recipient of Witkin Award for Academic Excellence, University of California, Davis School of Law, 2005
  • B.A., Political Science, University of California, Berkeley, 2002
  • State Bar of California
  • American Bar Association

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