Harry Moren is a lawyer in Orrick's San Francisco office who specializes in commercial litigation. Harry also counsels corporate policyholders on insurance issues and helps them resolve disputes with their insurers. Harry has advised energy companies on regulatory issues.
Harry writes regularly for several Orrick blogs, including Trust Anchor (Cybersecurity & Data Privacy) and Trade Secrets Watch. Harry also writes for Orrick’s Weekly Auditor Liability Bulletin.
Pro bono is an important part of Harry's practice. He advocates for immigrants' rights through individual representations and national policy reform. Harry has also successfully represented low-income tenants in partnership with the San Francisco Bar Association’s Justice and Diversity Center. Harry leverages his experience in insurance issues to provide pro bono assistance to non-profits. Harry is currently representing a veteran before the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims through The Veterans Consortium pro bono program.
Harry serves on the Advisory Board and Finance Committee for OneJustice, a non-profit dedicated to bringing legal help to those in need by transforming the legal aid system.
Prior to joining Orrick, Harry worked on the legal team of Greenpeace International in Amsterdam. As a law student, he interned with the Administrative Law Judge Division of the California Public Utilities Commission in San Francisco.
Before attending law school, Harry developed custom software for e-commerce platforms, enterprise management systems, and call center automation for companies including Amazon, Intel, ADT, Cable & Wireless, and Lucent Technologies.