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Sarah A. Franklin

Represents life sciences companies in government investigations and related civil litigation. She has defended numerous federal and state enforcement actions covering a broad range of health care compliance issues and draws on her subject matter and industry knowledge to counsel pharmaceutical and medical device companies on enforcement risks and compliance. Ms. Franklin is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center and earned her undergraduate degree from Trinity College.

Gabriel J. Mesa

A member of the corporate practice, has counseled corporations in joint ventures and private mergers and acquisitions in Latin America and other emerging markets as well as in the United States. His work spans venture capital and private equity investments, strategic acquisitions, privatizations and oil and gas ventures. Mr. Mesa received his law degree from Columbia Law School and his undergraduate degree from Yale University.

Michael Nonaka

Advises banks, financial services providers, and other companies on a broad range of compliance, enforcement, transactional, and legislative matters. He has worked extensively with federal and state banking agencies and with other federal agencies authorized to regulate financial services. Mr. Nonaka earned his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and his undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary.

Lindsey Tonsager

Anticipates and evaluates legal and reputational risks under federal and state data privacy and communications laws for clients in a broad range of industries. She assists clients in engaging strategically with federal and state regulators and also represents clients in responding to enforcement actions. She negotiates agreements to ensure that protections are in place to avoid unauthorized access, use, or disclosure of customer data and other types of confidential information, and advises clients on developing privacy disclosures and policies. Ms. Tonsager received her law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School and her undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

Christopher Yeung

Represents individual and corporate clients in complex civil litigation and white collar criminal matters, including jury trials, bench trials, and arbitrations. His practice spans a wide range of subject matters, including corporate governance, investment fraud, contracts, and trade secrets litigation. Mr. Yeung earned his law and undergraduate degrees from the University of Virginia.