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Suzanne Bell and Sonya Winner Named to Daily Journal’s Top Women Lawyers

November 6, 2020

PALO ALTO/SAN FRANCISCO —The Daily Journal has named Suzanne Bell and Sonya Winner to its 2020 “Top Women Lawyers,” a recognition of the top women lawyers in California.

Ms. Bell co-chairs the firm’s Technology & IP Transactions Practice Group. She is widely recognized as a pioneer in the field of technology transactions and was one of the first lawyers to understand that clients benefit when lawyers specialize in the kinds of license and partner deals that are critical to the growth of emerging tech companies, have a strong understanding of the client's technology and markets, and take a business-centric approach. The feature highlights her role in Facebook’s deal with Plessey Semiconductors Ltd., to develop and supply micro-LED displays for augmented reality devices, and Argo AI in a $2.6 billion investment and licensing deal with automaker Volkswagen AG.

Co-chair of the firm’s Class Action Practice Group, Ms. Winner handles high-stakes civil cases for clients in a wide range of industries, including banking, pharmaceuticals, and professional sports. She consistently develops winning strategies for her clients in some of their most important and challenging cases, which typically involve difficult technical issues and/or complex legal and regulatory schemes. The feature highlights her role in prevailing for Wells Fargo in a long-running multidistrict class action and representing McKesson in the sprawling opioid litigation. Ms. Winner has appeared eleven times on “Top Women Lawyers” since 2007.

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