Munger, Tolles & Olson’s Jacob Kreilkamp, Adam Weiss and James Salzmann Author Article on Defending California’s Unfair Competition Claims
In the article, Mr. Kreilkamp, Mr. Weiss and Mr. Salzmann discussed the nuances of California’s unfair competition law (UCL) and ways in which counsel can defend against its seemingly broad—but not limitless—scope. In their analysis of four specific paths to resolution of UCL claims—federal preemption, state preemption, the potential unavailability of the relief sought and statutory standing—the attorneys emphasized that by staying up-to-date with the defenses available under the UCL, practitioners can ensure that their clients’ fair and lawful competition remains intact.
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Mr. Kreilkamp focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and has an active pro bono practice focusing on civil rights litigation.
Mr. Weiss specializes in representing corporations and individuals in their most sensitive, high-stakes matters at all stages of litigation, from pre-complaint assessment to and through trial.
Mr. Salzmann’s practice focuses on professional liability, government investigations and complex civil litigation, with recent representations including universities, law firms and museums and cultural institutions.
Additionally, the team was recently recognized with a 2022 Top Verdict Honor by the Daily Journal for their work in obtaining a full and complete defense jury verdict in favor of direct-to-consumer medical apparel company FIGS Inc. and its two co-founders.