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Orane Mikolajayk is a banking and finance lawyer in Orrick's Paris Office.
Orane advises French and international financial institutions, corporates and private equity funds on leveraged and acquisition finance and debt restructurings.
Prior to joining Orrick, Orane worked in the Banking & Finance department of Ashurst and of Herbert Smith Freehills.
Andrew Miller, a corporate associate in Orrick's Silicon Valley office, is a member of the Technology Companies Group.
Andrew represents high growth technology companies and venture capital firms in many areas, including corporate and securities law, formation, ongoing corporate matters, mergers & acquisitions and venture capital financings.
Prior to joining Orrick, Andrew was a legal intern at Highland Capital Partners, a venture capital firm focused on building companies in the communications, consumer, digital media, healthcare and information technology markets.
Andrew also has previous business experience working for and consulting startups such as Thumbtack, Jebbit and Enservio; investors, including G51 Capital and PV Ventures; and Barclays Investment Bank. Andrew was the first outside investor in Jebbit, a company that provides interactive content management solutions for marketers, which was recognized as one of the most promising companies in the world by CNBC.
Andrew received his JD/MBA from Boston College in 2015. He is also a 2011 graduate of Boston College’s Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences where he double majored in Economics and Philosophy and was a 2009 Boston College Venture Competition Finalist. He is an avid runner, world traveler and Denver Broncos fan.
Tyler Miller, a Senior Associate in the New York office, is a member of the Intellectual Property group. Tyler's practice focuses on patent litigation.Tyler has represented clients in the federal district courts, before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and at the United States Patent and Trademark Office in IPR and CBM matters. He has experience in matters involving a wide range of technologies, including software, consumer electronics and biotechnology.
Sam Scott Miller, senior counsel in the New York office, serves as Chairman of the Market Regulation Group. He concentrates his practice in the regulation of financial intermediaries.
The following are representative transactions for the Market Regulation Group:
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Miller was vice president and general counsel of the PaineWebber Group from 1974 to 1987.
Benjamin Miller is an associate in Orrick’s Tokyo office and a member of the Corporate group.
Benjamin regularly works with both international and Japanese clients in a variety of cross-border transactions. His practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, general corporate and real estate matters.
Prior to joining Orrick’s Tokyo Office, he was a foreign attorney at Nishimura & Asahi in Tokyo.
King serves as leader of Orrick’s global Corporate Business Unit, which includes M&A and Private Equity, Capital Markets, Compensation & Benefits, Technology Companies, Tax and Cyber and Data practice groups.
King is a partner in the New York office and a member of the Global Mergers & Acquisitions and Private Equity Group. His practice focuses on domestic and cross-border M&A, joint venture, private equity and venture capital transactions, including negotiated mergers, auction bid processes, distressed asset sales, leveraged buyouts and the acquisition and divestiture of divisions and subsidiaries.
King is experienced in all aspects of Delaware and New York corporate, partnership and limited liability company law. He regularly counsels boards of directors on corporate governance, compliance, fiduciary duty and executive compensation matters.
King represents U.S. and non-U.S. clients in a wide range of industries, including life sciences, technology, energy, consumer products, industrials and manufacturing and financial services.
Sie Ne Chris Min, an of counsel in the New York office, is a member of the Structured Finance Group. Chris represents issuers, sponsors, underwriters and placement agents in connection with public offerings and private placements of various asset-backed securities.
She has broad experience with a number of asset classes, including credit card receivables, auto loan receivables, municipal bonds and residential mortgages.
Experienced litigator Denise Mingrone enforces and protect clients’ technology rights. She approaches each challenge on multiple fronts so as to achieve success whether it be in or out of court.
No stranger to the courtroom and having handled complex litigations for technology giants including Synopsys, Brocade, Applied Materials and Oracle, Denise seamlessly and efficiently manages large teams to secure victory. Clients appreciate her transparent collaboration and instinct for developing a strategy that ensures that only the “right” evidence is presented to the trier of fact.
The jury verdict Denise’s team obtained in the Netgear v. Ruckus Wireless patent trial, for example, surprised most because the team took over the case just weeks before jury selection, earning the number one place on that week’s “Top Jury Verdicts.” Prior to the Ruckus trial, Denise’s team similarly received accolades as “Top Verdict of the Year” for its jury win on behalf of Brocade against A10 Networks involving patent and copyright infringement. These victories were preceded by a trade secret win for MGA in the “Barbie v. Bratz” epic battle against Mattel, which earned Denise the “California Lawyer of the Year” award for her contributions.
In addition, Ms. Mingrone has led numerous software piracy matters, obtaining full relief in all such litigations which have reached resolution. Her work in this area encompasses both confidential as well as public investigations, all designed to assist clients in securing the protection of their intellectual property rights and ensuring they receive appropriate relief when those rights have been infringed.
As a former clerk to several federal judges, Denise appreciates that cases do not turn on facts alone. She has waged and won numerous battles both obtaining and defending pre-trial injunction motions. As one opponent noted, “She’s a fierce advocate who will go to the mat for her client’s position.”
As Media Relations Director, Howard Mintz is responsible for coordinating the firm's external communications, relationships with media and preparation of content on various platforms.
He works closely with the firm's lawyers in advising on best practices in dealing with media organizations, assisting in arranging and preparing for media interviews and in the development and publication of original lawyer-authored articles and other content, as well as writing and editing material for the firm's website.
Prior to joining the firm in May 2016, he spent his entire professional career in journalism, including more than 25 years specializing in the coverage of law and courts. He was a nationally-recognized legal affairs writer for the San Jose Mercury News and Bay Area News Group for nearly 20 years, and previously worked as a staff writer for The Recorder, an American Lawyer publication, in San Francisco. As a journalist, he was an invited speaker for numerous national conferences on the intersection between media and the courts, including serving as a panelist at a 2014 University of Missouri Law School symposium (and authoring a related University of Missouri Law Review article) and a speaker at the 2011 "Public Understanding of the Courts in the Age of New Media" conference at the University of Arizona's Rehnquist Center.
He is a dad to two quarterbacks, a resident of San Jose, an Ohio native and a loyal and oft-wounded Cleveland sports fan.
Doug Mintz is a first call for energy, commodities, technology and public finance restructuring.
Doug has deep experience representing lenders, debtors and official and ad hoc committees. He works primarily with bank and hedge fund investors and co-leads Orrick’s hedge fund client initiative. Doug also represents debtors in the Energy and Technology sectors.
Doug is currently representing hedge funds in a variety of energy and public finance situations – and recently did so in litigation in the Caesars bankruptcy case. He also served recently as debtor’s counsel to Ocean Rig in its global restructuring and Lily Robotics and bondholders in several distressed energy and infrastructure situations.
Chambers USA rates him in Band 3, calling him “a shining star . . . able to apply both a legal mindset and a businessperson’s mindset to distressed situations.” Doug has also been named a Next Generation lawyer by Legal 500, noting he is an “excellent performer” for his work in both Municipal Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring.
Prior to joining Orrick, Doug was special counsel at Cadwalader, where he was best known for his representation of the United States Treasury in the bankruptcies of both General Motors and Chrysler (M&A Advisor’s Magnus Deal of the Year). Treasury also retained Doug in the restructuring of several financial institutions.
Thomas Mitchell, a partner in the San Francisco office, is a member of the Restructuring Group. He concentrates his practice in the areas of bankruptcy, insolvency, creditors’ rights and commercial law.
He has represented secured and unsecured creditors, indenture trustees and others in bankruptcies and workouts in a variety of industries, including technology, rail transportation, air transportation, securities trading, commodities trading, supermarket, automobile sales, construction (including solar energy), retailing, convenience store, health care, telecommunications, film and television production, restaurant, home construction, real estate development, and equipment manufacturing.
He also has extensive experience in the structuring of asset securitization transactions to resolve bankruptcy and commercial law issues, representing issuers, underwriters, and credit enhancers with respect to many asset types, including mortgage loans (residential and commercial, U.S. and foreign), credit cards (secured and unsecured), trade receivables (U.S. and foreign), consumer and marketplace loans, property assessed clean energy (PACE), delinquent property tax receivables, tobacco settlement payments, attorneys’ fee payments in connection with the tobacco settlement, whole business securitization, home equity loans, auto loans, time share loans, excess servicing fees, manufactured home loans, aircraft leases, home relocation receivables, defaulted receivables, electric utility stranded costs, franchise loans, dealer floorplan loans, equipment leases, mutual fund fees, limited partnership interests, bank funds flows, annuity fees, health care receivables, insured student loans, repackaged securities, viatical loans, and insurance premium receivables. In addition, he has been responsible for commercial law and bankruptcy structuring of collateralized debt obligations, municipal derivatives, lease to service contracts, Indian tribe financings, and a wide variety of public finance transactions and project finance transactions. He also represents borrowers and lenders in secured transactions.