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Christa Anderson and Rachael Meny Named Women Leaders in Tech Law

The Recorder

Honorees are selected by Recorder editors based on their recent achievements as litigators, dealmakers, advisors and strategists in the tech industry, as well as in leadership roles at their organizations or in the legal community.

From data security and IP strategy to mega-mergers and workplace policies, these lawyers are handling—and often solving—the most crucial problems tech companies face. They include 20 women from in-house legal teams, 37 women at law firms, as well as an academic and two federal prosecutors who focus on computer crime.

Christa Anderson
Ms. Anderson handles complex and high-stakes business litigation for some of the country’s top corporations, including Google, SanDisk, Broadcom, American Honda, Sutter Health and Intel. She has extensive experience in the areas of intellectual property (patent, copyright and trademark), breach of contract, antitrust, business torts and class actions.

Rachael Meny
Rachael Meny has extensive experience handling trade secret and employee mobility disputes, complex civil litigations and white collar criminal matters. She represents technology companies including Lyft, Instacart and Netflix.