LOS ANGELES, Aug. 30, 2021 — The Los Angeles Times has named King & Spalding litigation partners Albert Giang and Peter Strotz to its Business of Law: Legal Visionaries list, which recognizes “outstanding California-licensed in-house counsel and firm lawyers who are impacting change,” according to the publication.
Giang’s practice focuses on defending tech startups and public companies against class actions, regulatory investigation and enforcement, and other litigation, and providing crisis management for disrupters who are navigating novel legal and regulatory issues. A thought leader in the tech industry, his clients include some of the most respected companies in the gig economy, e-commerce, telemedicine, and social networking/media space.
Strotz is the founding and managing partner of the firm’s Los Angeles office and a seasoned trial lawyer in Los Angeles and San Francisco. He practices on King & Spalding’s Tort Litigation and Product Liability teams, focusing on complex litigation involving novel medical, scientific, and legal issues for global manufacturing companies, including pharmaceutical, oil, gas, engineered and specialty materials, paints, and coatings companies.
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