Ashlie Beringer, Kristin Linsley and Rosemarie Ring Named Among California’s Women Leaders in Tech Law

November 2, 2023

The Recorder named Palo Alto partner Ashlie Beringer and San Francisco partners Kristin Linsley and Rosemarie Ring to its 2023 Women Leaders in Tech Law list, which honors “top women attorneys whose recent achievements have contributed to progress at technology companies and in the law.”

Additionally, Gibson Dunn was named a California Tech Industry Litigation Department of the Year finalist.

The awards were presented on November 2, 2023.

Ashlie Beringer is Co-Chair of the firm’s Privacy, Cybersecurity and Data Innovation Practice Group and of the FinTech and Digital Assets Practice Group.  She has more than two decades of experience representing media and technology companies in periods of transformation and crisis.  Her practice focuses on defending technology companies in global regulatory and litigation matters and advising on product, business and compliance strategies, particularly on issues related to disruptive technologies, privacy, cybersecurity and the blockchain ecosystem.

Kristin Linsley focuses on complex business and appellate litigation across a spectrum of areas, including water and energy law, cybersecurity and technology law, international and transnational law, data and privacy, and complex financial litigation.  She has earned a national reputation for achieving favorable results for her clients in high-profile complex matters, and is noted for the strength of her legal analysis and the depth and breadth of her multinational litigation experience.

Rosemarie Ring is Co-Chair of the firm’s Technology Litigation Practice Group. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation with an emphasis on privacy and consumer class actions and intellectual property disputes.  She has represented companies in litigation and government investigations involving a wide variety of technologies, including social media, online advertising platforms, artificial intelligence, streaming digital media, mobile devices, and cloud platforms.