Kenneth M. Trujillo-Jamison is a litigator with Munger, Tolles & Olson. His practice centers on complex civil litigation, specializing in securities litigation, intellectual property litigation, and general commercial disputes.
- 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 arising from residential mortgage-backed securities.
- Disney in defending against claims for copyright infringement and related state-law claims related to the motion picture “Inside Out.”
- An independent television channel in a carriage dispute with a large media company.
- Allstate Insurance Company in securing a dismissal in full with prejudice in U.S. District Court, concerning claims under the False Claims Act.
Mr. Trujillo-Jamison also maintains an active pro bono practice, including representations of:
- A class of public school children and school district officials in obtaining a landmark ruling that the New Mexico public education system violates the state’s constitution.
- Immigrants in proceedings before the U.S. Immigration Court, the Board of Immigration Appeals and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
- A group of law enforcement and corrections officials in preparing an amicus brief challenging the constitutionality of Houston, Texas’s bail system.
- A tenant in a jury trial seeking eviction. Our client won.
- An employee of the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri in securing an injunction barring an unconstitutional crowd-control practice used by law enforcement during protests in Ferguson, Missouri.
- The Inner City Law Center in opposing a proposed housing ordinance before the Los Angeles City Council.
Mr. Trujillo-Jamison returned to Munger Tolles in 2017 after serving as law clerk for Judge Paul J. Watford of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He serves as the President of the Board of the Housing Rights Center, Los Angeles’s largest public interest law organization dedicated to enforcing fair housing laws. He is also the co-chair of the Firm’s Pro Bono Immigration Practice Group and the Jay Fujitani 1L Diversity Summer Program 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. During law school, he also worked as a legal intern in the in-house legal department at Goldman Sachs Asset Management.