Topic Archives: MoFo Diversity

May 26, 2020MoFo Diversity

Meet MoFo’s Patent Counseling & Prosecution Lawyers: James Mullen

James J. Mullen is a corporate-patent partner in MoFo’s San Diego office. James combines his scientific experience with his legal training in his practice to craft commercially relevant solutions for his clients’ intellectual property challenges. He is the founder and head of MoFo’s Antibody Patent Group and leads the Patent Group in the San Diego ...›

May 26, 2020MoFo Diversity

Meet MoFo’s Patent Counseling & Prosecution Lawyers: Christopher Gloria

Christopher Gloria is a corporate-patent associate in MoFo’s Northern Virginia office. Christopher’s practice concentrates on domestic and international patent prosecution, IP due diligence, and IP litigation support including patent infringement and validity determinations. As part of the Diverse in Practice series, we asked Christopher about working cross-functionally with the Patent Counseling & Prosecution Group, and ...›

May 14, 2020MoFo Diversity, MoFo Women

Partner Spotlight: Jina Choi

Jina Choi is a partner in MoFo’s San Francisco office and is a member of the Securities Litigation, Enforcement, and White-Collar Defense Group. With her one-of-a-kind skillset, Jina represents public and pre-IPO companies, financial institutions, asset management firms, boards of directors, audit and special committees and individuals in internal investigations, SEC and other government investigations, ...›

May 11, 2020MoFo Diversity

Faces of MoFo: Eric Lin

Editors’ Note: In the latest installment of our ongoing Faces of MoFo series, New York associate Eric Lin shares his unique path to MoFo. My journey to MoFo was in no way predictable or conventional. I was born in Lexington, Kentucky to Taiwanese immigrants, and didn’t live anywhere else until I moved nearly 2,500 miles ...›

April 8, 2020MoFo Diversity

Faces of MoFo: Zainab Ali

Editors’ Note: Read about Zainab Ali, a Los Angeles associate in our Litigation Department, in the latest installment of our ongoing Faces of MoFo series. I was born in the United States to an Austrian mother and an Iraqi father, but soon went to live in Cairo, Egypt for nearly a decade.  I spent my ...›

March 2, 2020MoFo Diversity

MoFo Honors the Centennial of the Harlem Renaissance With a Visit From Professor Chiyuma Elliott

On February 18, 2020, MoFo’s San Francisco office welcomed esteemed professor and poet Chiyuma Elliott for a discussion on the literature of the Harlem Renaissance, citizenship, and national belonging. Professor Elliott’s visit coincided with the 100th anniversary of the Harlem Renaissance, a cultural movement that began in 1920s Harlem and spread African American literature, music, ...›

February 26, 2020MoFo Diversity, MoFo Life

A Discussion with Stacey Abrams: The 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment and Where We Are Today

On February 11, in honor of Black History Month, MoFo partners, staff, clients, and friends welcomed Stacey Abrams, former minority leader in the Georgia state legislature and the 2018 Democratic candidate for Georgia governor to our New York office. MoFo’s Diversity Strategy and Black History Month Committees jointly hosted the event titled “The 100th Anniversary ...›

February 4, 2020MoFo Diversity

Faces of MoFo: Tola Adeseye

Editors’ Note: As part of our ongoing Faces of MoFo series, Tola Adeseye, a London associate in our Investigations + White Collar Defense Group, discusses his career path and what led him to call MoFo home.  My journey to MoFo started in east London, and the postcode of our new London office would tell you ...›

January 17, 2020MoFo Diversity, MoFo Women

Partner Spotlight: Christin Hill

Christin Hill is a partner in MoFo’s San Francisco office and a member of the Securities Litigation, Enforcement, and White-Collar Defense Group. Christin has extensive experience representing clients in securities class actions and other complex civil litigation in both federal and state courts, as well as in government and internal investigations. Before joining the firm, ...›