San Francisco
14 November 2017
Reporter: Barney Dixon

Crowell & Moring hires IP all rounder


Crowell & Moring has hired Gabriel Ramsey as a partner in its privacy and cybersecurity, and litigation practices.

Ramsey will be based in the firm’s San Francisco office and focus on intellectual property and cybersecurity.

He previously worked at Orrick, where he was co-leader of its cybersecurity & data privacy group.

Ramsey has experience with copyright, trademark, trade secret and patent law in the technology and entertainment industries, and has represented companies including Microsoft, Facebook, NVIDIA, NCSoft and Disney.

Philip Inglima, chair of Crowell & Moring’s executive committee, commented: “Gabriel Ramsey is well known among technology companies for litigating matters of great consequence across a range of IP and licensing issues.”

He explained: “We are building a litigation powerhouse in California, and Gabriel Ramsey’s arrival provides another important boost to those efforts, while also further solidifying the West Coast presence of our privacy & cybersecurity Group. We are pleased to welcome him to the firm.”

Evan Wolff, co-chair of the firm’s privacy and cybersecurity group, added: “Gabriel Ramsey’s significant experience in matters involving cybercrime and data breaches will be of great benefit to clients.”

Ramsey said: “Crowell & Moring is a leader in trade secrets litigation and has a notable presence in the privacy and cyberspace. The firm is the right fit for my clients, providing a broad platform to help them solve their most challenging issues. I am thrilled to join the firm.”

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