FT Again Recognizes Orrick for Innovation and Legal Expertise
Financial Times names Orrick runner up for most innovative law firm overall and most innovative law firm for legal expertise in its 2019 report. We’re singled out for transformational ideas for IPOs, corporate renewable energy, managing complex litigation dockets and social impact and sustainability.
Congratulations to John Bautista, honored by The Recorder for his pioneering collaboration with the Long-Term Stock Exchange to create a better paradigm for disruptive companies. Our teams also made the podium for California Tech Litigation Department of the Year and Startup Law Firm of the Year, and Lynne Hermle was again named a leading woman in tech law.
The latest edition of Perspectivas focuses on the connection between inclusiveness and innovation. It looks at issues from product liability risk in AI to how we’re collaborating with our clients to make the tech ecosystem more inclusive. And it includes an inspiring podcast with Dr. Arin Reeves on how to promote an inclusive culture.
In commemoration of Human Rights day, listen to Mitch Zuklie talk with co-leaders of Orrick’s Business & Human Rights practice, James Hargrove and Betsy Popken. As this has become an increasingly key area of compliance, James and Betsy share best practices for companies in the tech sector and ...
International trade and investment authority Jeanine McGuinness has joined the firm as a partner in Washington, D.C. She advises clients in the tech, financial, energy and other sectors on CFIUS scrutiny of foreign investment, U.S. economic sanctions, FCPA and anti-money laundering laws.
Financial Times recognized Orrick at this year’s European Innovative Lawyers Awards for the firm’s role in creating career paths for women returning to practice and for programs focused on wellness and mental health.
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