Name and TitlePhoneOfficeE-mailV-card
Aghaian, Raymond O.
Partner
+1 310.310.7010
+1 415.273.4341
Los Angeles
San Francisco
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Arkowitz, Jennifer D.
Partner
+1 415.273.4319 San Francisco E-Mail vCard
Bastian, Kevin L.
Partner
+1 415.273.4758 San Francisco E-Mail vCard
Beets, Russell P.
Senior E-Discovery Attorney
+1 415.273.4385 San Francisco E-Mail vCard
Blizzard, Christopher J.
Associate
+1 415.273.7525 San Francisco E-Mail vCard
Boroumand Smith, Mehrnaz
Partner
+1 415.273.7559 San Francisco E-Mail vCard
Bricker, Ryan T.
Senior Associate
+1 415.273.4368 San Francisco E-Mail vCard
Brougher, Brent W.
Partner
+1 404.815.6654
+1 415.273.7595
Atlanta
San Francisco
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Brown, Robert L.
Partner
+1 415.273.7589. San Francisco E-Mail vCard
Brunemeyer, Thomas A.
Paralegal
+1 415.273.7501 San Francisco E-Mail vCard
Chang, James K.
Associate
+1 415.273.7596 San Francisco E-Mail vCard
Chapman, Kendra C.
Labor & Employment Attorney
+1 415.273.4386 San Francisco E-Mail vCard
Chin, Byron R.
Senior Associate
+1 415.273.7597 San Francisco
San Diego
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Chou, Rosaleen H.
Associate
+1 650.752.2427 Silicon Valley
San Francisco
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Chung, Megan M.
Partner
+1 858.350.6144
+1 415.273.7528
San Diego
San Francisco
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Comarco and ACCO
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The Prudential Insurance Company of America v. Actuate Corp.
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