Robin Linsenmayer, an of counsel in the Silicon Valley office, is a member of the Litigation division. Ms. Linsenmayer focuses her practice on white collar criminal defense, internal corporate investigations, and SEC and other government investigations and enforcement matters. She has extensive experience in cases involving wire fraud and mail fraud, securities fraud, antitrust offenses, health care fraud, theft of trade secrets, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
Ms. Linsenmayer also regularly advises clients on issues related to data privacy, including the development and implementation of online privacy policies, compliance with the federal Stored Communications Act and state privacy laws, privacy matters arising from law enforcement and national security investigations, data security breach protocols, data breach notification requirements under state laws, and state attorney general investigations.
Ms. Linsenmayer's notable representations include the following:
Prior to joining Orrick, Ms. Linsenmayer served for five years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York. At the U.S. Attorney's Office, Ms. Linsenmayer investigated and prosecuted numerous cases involving wire fraud and mail fraud, as well as cases involving money laundering, organized crime, terrorism, child exploitation crimes and narcotics violations. During her tenure there, Ms. Linsenmayer conducted many federal criminal trials, and briefed and argued numerous criminal appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
For her work at the Department of Justice, Ms. Linsenmayer received professional commendations from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Drug Enforcement Administration and the New York FBI/NYPD Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force.
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