Daily Journal Names Arent Fox Partner Sarah Bruno to 2019 ‘Top Women Lawyers’

SAN FRANCISCO – Arent Fox LLP is pleased to announce that Privacy, Cybersecurity & Data Protection practice leader Sarah L. Bruno has been named among the 2019 “Top Women Lawyers” in California by the Daily Journal as a result of her impressive track record of successes on behalf of clients, role as mentors within the firm, and impact on the overall legal profession.

Ms. Bruno has a unique practice combining Advertising and Promotions, Privacy and Cybersecurity, and Trademark and Copyright law, counseling household-name clients on how to innovatively protect their business interests, data, and brand elements. Ms. Bruno advises a wide breadth of clients within the United States and overseas, including those within the technology, entertainment, retail, gaming, and automotive industries. She has been an integral part in the growth of Arent Fox’s San Francisco office and an active member of the Women’s Initiative.

The Daily Journal publishes their “Top Women Lawyers” list annually to recognize outstanding leadership in the legal profession in California.

Ms. Bruno has also recently been recognized as a “Top Cyber Lawyer” and a “Top Intellectual Property Lawyer” by the Daily Journal and is recognized by Legal 500 as a leading lawyer for her trademark work.

Arent Fox LLP advocates for women lawyers’ leadership firm wide, across industries, and within our community. We aim to promote professional development and foster business connections. The firm is dedicated to promoting its women lawyers through the Women’s Initiative, AFWomen. This commitment is reflected in the initiative’s three pillars, “Lead. Develop. Connect.”

About Arent Fox
Founded in 1942, Arent Fox is internationally recognized in core practice areas where business and the law intersect. With more than 450 lawyers, the firm provides strategic legal counsel and multidisciplinary solutions to a global roster of corporations, governments, and trade associations.


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