Manatt grows digital and technology team with DLA Piper, Crowell hires – Reuters

  • Timothy Lohse joins from DLA Piper in Palo Alto
  • Michel Narganes joins from Crowell & Moring in San Francisco

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(Reuters) – Manatt, Phelps & Phillips said Tuesday that it is adding partners from DLA Piper and Crowell & Moring in Northern California to expand its legal and consulting services for clients in the digital and technology sector.

Timothy Lohse, who spent 26 years at DLA Piper and its predecessor firm Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich, joined Manatt’s technology and intellectual property litigation practice as a partner in Palo Alto. In San Francisco, Michel Narganes, who joined Crowell & Moring in 2020 after a brief stint at now-defunct legal services company Atrium, is now part of Manatt’s digital and technology transactions practice.

The pair’s arrival follows the April additions of Rustin Brown from Kirkland & Ellis and Thomas Michael from Dentons. According to Manatt’s website, the digital and technology group now has 51 attorneys and professionals.

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Lohse focuses his practice on patent prosecution, litigation and counseling for emerging companies, while Narganes represents venture-backed startups and …….


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