Kenneth M. Trujillo-Jamison is a litigator with Munger, Tolles & Olson. His practice is focused on complex civil litigation, with experience in securities litigation, general commercial disputes, internal investigations and white collar criminal defense.
- Bank of America and Wells Fargo in defense of litigation in federal and state courts, involving claims for breach of contract and violation of securities laws concerning residential mortgage-backed securities.
- Allstate Insurance Company in securing a dismissal in full with prejudice in U.S. District Court, concerning claims under the False Claims Act arising out of insurance claims from several major hurricanes.
- An individual in connection with an investigation of accounting fraud by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Mr. Trujillo-Jamison also maintains an active pro bono practice, which includes representations of:
- A program associate of the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri in securing a preliminary and permanent injunction barring the so-called “keep moving” crowd-control rule implemented by law enforcement in the aftermath of the 2014 protests in Ferguson, Missouri.
- An unaccompanied minor child in asylum proceedings before U.S. immigration court and the U.S. Citizens and Immigration Service. Our client was granted asylum.
- The Inner City Law Center in connection with its opposition to a proposed housing ordinance before the Los Angeles City Council.
In addition to his client work, Mr. Trujillo-Jamison is the president and past treasurer of the board of the Housing Rights Center, a public interest non-profit organization which fights unfair and illegal housing practices in Los Angeles. He is also a co-chair of Munger Tolles’ Green Committee, as well as a member of its Diversity Committee, MTO Fellows Committee and Recruiting Committee.
Mr. Trujillo-Jamison received his J.D. from Yale Law School, where he served as a notes editor for The Yale Law Journal and an editor of the Yale Law & Policy Review. While there, he also defended public housing tenants in administrative eviction actions (through the Yale Landlord-Tenant Clinic) and served as a student director of The Yale Law School Temporary Restraining Order Project, which assists victims of domestic violence obtain protection against their abusers. During law school, he also worked part-time in the legal department of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, where he assisted with the drafting and negotiation of contracts in connection with various investments.