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Maria Rouvalis in an Associate in Orrick’s internationally recognized Cyber, Privacy & Data Innovation practice group. Her practice focuses on the intersection of privacy, security and data management.
Maria partners with clients to navigate through the patchwork of global laws impacting privacy and cybersecurity. She also helps clients reduce the risk of privacy and security incidents.
Maria served as an intern for The Honorable Mary T. Sullivan, Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Appeals Court. During law school, she worked as a law clerk for Liberty Mutual, where she analyzed European Union data privacy laws, and as a research assistant and assistant producer for Neil Chayet's “Looking at the Law” program on CBS Radio. Additionally, Maria is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US).
Prior to joining Orrick, Maria worked as an associate at a boutique litigation firm, where she defended companies in business disputes.
Tiffany Rowe represents clients in government and internal investigations, securities litigation and enforcement actions and auditor liability issues.
A senior litigator with significant trial
experience, Tiffany's practice focuses on accountant and auditor liability, securities litigation and corporate litigation matters. Tiffany also has extensive experience in
federal and state securities litigation, regulatory inquiries including SEC
and PCAOB investigations, and DOJ investigations.
Tiffany has gained her experience through more than a decade of representing large accounting firms, individual accountants, and issuers in complex securities litigation, groundbreaking government investigations involving federal securities laws, and other regulatory examinations. Her strong advocacy skills have returned successful outcomes for individuals, audit firms, and public issuers.
Prior to joining Orrick, Tiffany was an associate at two other global AmLaw 100 law firms. Additionally, she spent six years in the General Counsel’s Office of Ernst & Young LLP as a legal assistant and law clerk.
Tiffany received her J.D, summa cum laude and first in class, from the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law.
Daniel Rubens is a partner in the firm's Litigation Group and Supreme Court and Appellate Practice. He handles high stakes appeals and critical motions in courts across the nation, with a focus on the financial services and technology sectors.
Danny's practice focuses on appellate litigation. He has led the drafting on dozens of appellate briefs, and regularly argues appeals in state and federal courts. Danny has extensive trial litigation experience as well, with an emphasis on dispositive motions, preserving appellate issues, and developing creative legal strategies.
Danny’s work has covered a wide range of subject areas, including securities, bankruptcy, intellectual property, arbitration, and complex commercial litigation. He has deep expertise in appeals and critical motions in financial services litigation, and in recent years has played a key role in representing financial institutions in major RMBS cases brought by trustees, investors, and monoline insurers. Danny is also an experienced bankruptcy litigator, having represented various debtors and creditors in fraudulent transfer cases and other contested insolvency-related matters involving U.S. and foreign law.
Danny is a member of the Second Circuit's pro bono panel and maintains an active pro bono practice focusing on criminal, immigration, and LGBTQ+ rights matters. He was recently recognized by the National LGBT Bar Association as a “Best LGBTQ+ Lawyer Under 40.”
Before joining Orrick, Danny served as a law clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Chief Judge Robert A. Katzmann of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and Judge Jed S. Rakoff of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Following his clerkships, he was selected to represent the American Inns of Court as a Temple Bar Scholar in London.
Johannes is an associate in the Düsseldorf office, and a member of the Corporate Group.
Aaron M. Rubin is a Senior Associate in the Orange County office and a member of the Complex Litigation and Dispute Resolution group.
Aaron has experience with a wide array of matters, including securities and commercial litigation, accountants’ liability, mass torts, and insurance. He has represented clients in federal and state courts. He is also active in pro bono matters. Prior to working in Orrick's Orange County office, Aaron worked in Orrick's New York office.
David Ruff, a partner in Orrick’s New York office, is a member of the firm's M&A and Private Equity Group.
New York; Seattle
New York; Seattle
Paul Rugani focuses his practice on representing financial institutions, accounting firms, and public companies and their officers and directors in a variety of industries, including financial services, technology, manufacturing and entertainment.
He represents these clients in securities class actions, shareholder derivative lawsuits, commercial contractual disputes and other complex litigation matters at both the trial and appellate levels, as well as in connection with internal, government and regulatory investigations.Legal 500 touts Paul as a recommended attorney for Securities Litigation, observing that he is "among the most creative and strategic lawyers" who always has "an eye on the end game." He has been recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star for Securities Litigation every year since 2012.
Michael Ruiz is an associate in the Technology Companies Group in the Silicon Valley office, whose focus is primarily on representing high growth technology companies in general formation, venture capital and private equity financings, capital markets and mergers and acquisitions transactions.
Diana has always loved complex puzzles – studying each piece until the solution emerges. She applies that same determined curiosity to her IP practice. After carefully listening to each client, Diana examines every legal, business, and human element, arranging disparate pieces into elegant solutions. With Diana as their advocate, her clients can confidently develop and expand their IP strategy and portfolios.
As a seasoned IP litigator and counselor, Diana’s practice has run the gamut from high stakes trials, to take-down and anti-counterfeiting campaigns, to employee departure and trade secret investigations. She represents clients in District and state courts and before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. Diana recently tried and won a complex case in which the other side sought to extend the monopoly of an expired utility patent by claiming trade dress rights in a technical product feature. Drawing upon experience handling both complex patent and trademark matters, her team successfully argued that the intersection of patent and trademark policy prevented the other side from continuing its monopoly, clearing the way for her client to enter the market. With Diana at their side, companies can rest assured that their essential assets are protected, from their company name, logo, and website, to their core technologies.
While at Orrick, Diana was seconded to the City and County of San Francisco, where she had the privilege to serve as an Assistant District Attorney, and first-chair several trials. She was also seconded to Salesforce, where she learned first-hand that the law comprises just one component of a company’s overall business strategy.
Diana is also passionate about her pro bono work. For example, she represented two detainees in Guantanamo in connection with their petitions for a writ of habeas corpus, and she is currently working with the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area. Before joining the firm, Diana worked for the Legal Aid of Cambodia where she assisted with the prosecution of former Khmer Rouge officials and represented individuals who sought to reclaim land rights.
Diana is a member of the International Trademark Association, of ChIPs: Advancing Women in IP and of the Harvard Club of San Francisco.
Said is a Managing Associate in the Supreme Court and Appellate practice group.
Prior to joining Orrick, Said was a member of both the Appellate and Supreme Court practice group and the Products Liability practice group at Arnold & Porter LLP. In addition to representing large pharmaceutical companies against personal injury claims in courts across the country, Said worked on trial and appellate matters cutting across a range of substantive areas and served as the primary drafter of dispositive motions and appellate briefs for cases in state and federal courts. Before that, Said served as a law clerk to the Honorable Judge Denny Chin on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Said received his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center, where he was Executive Editor of the Georgetown Law Journal. In law school, Said was a member of Georgetown’s Appellate Litigation Clinic and interned for the Honorable James E. Boasberg of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
Nick Sabatino is an Associate in Orrick's Restructuring Group.
As a member of Orrick's Restructuring Group, Nick represents a variety of institutional creditors in restructuring-related matters.
Prior to law school, Nick served as an infantry officer in the Army for over seven years, where he graduated from U.S. Army Ranger School and led organizations of more than 200 personnel in training and combat environments.
Anna Saber in an Intellectual Property Litigation associate in Orrick’s Silicon Valley Office. Her practice focuses on copyright, patent, white collar, and complex litigation. In addition to her IP practice, Anna handles pro bono matters, focusing her attention on matters relating to victims of domestic violence, international human rights, and criminal law.
Anna graduated Summa Cum Laude from Santa Clara University School of Law, where she served as Senior Managing Editor of Santa Clara Law Review and Co-President of the Women & Law Association. Anna was a member of Trial Team and the International Humanitarian Law Competition Team, which placed second in a national competition involving other law schools and military academies. While in law school, Anna also interned at the district attorney’s office, where she obtained valuable in-court experience arguing suppression of evidence and sentencing motions.
Prior to law school, Anna attended UC Santa Barbara, where she double majored in Economics and Political Science, with an emphasis in Political Theory. For her senior honors thesis in the Political Science major, Anna analyzed whether the U.S.’s drone warfare policies comported with the accepted laws, ethics, and norms of warfare. At UC Santa Barbara, Anna was a member of the club crew and club water polo teams.