Julian Lamm represents multinationals in high-stakes and complex litigation in courts throughout the world, and in regulatory matters before regulatory authorities in the United States, Europe, and Latin America. Based in Los Angeles, his domestic and international practice focuses on defending technology companies in matters involving cutting-edge issues concerning privacy and data protection, cybersecurity, intermediary liability, and unfair competition. He has represented clients in precedent-setting cases before the highest courts throughout the world, including the European Court of Justice, Argentina's Supreme Court, Austria's Supreme Court, Colombia's Constitutional Court, and Israel's Supreme Court, among others.
In addition to litigation and regulatory defense matters, Julian also regularly advises technology and social media companies to help them launch new products and services that implicate US and international privacy and data protection laws (e.g. GDPR, LGPD, etc.), and assists clients in developing clear privacy disclosures, policies, and global privacy compliance programs.
Julian's experience includes a secondment as in-house litigation and regulatory counsel for Meta Platforms in London. He also serves as a member of the Firm's Global Technology Industry Group.