Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP attorney Rosemarie T. Ring was named to The Recorder’s list of “Women Leaders in Tech Law” for the second consecutive year. Among other matters she is handling, Ms. Ring was recognized for her defense of LinkedIn against claims alleging the company violated the Wiretap Act, California’s right of publicity law, and various other state and federal laws. A profile of Ms. Ring highlights her mentorship experience, advice to women starting out in tech law and the key issues affecting her practice.
Honorees were chosen by editors of The Recorder based on their recent accomplishments and their ability to lead the way for other women seeking roles in the dynamic technology sector.
Ms. Ring’s practice focuses on class actions involving privacy and data security, unfair competition and false advertising claims. She has represented technology companies in litigation and government investigations involving a wide variety of products and services, including online social networking, mobile devices and apps, digital content, mobile and cloud platforms, laptop computers, gaming consoles, software, and various telecommunications services. Ms. Ring also counsels clients on compliance with federal and state privacy and data security laws and is a frequent speaker on these topics.