MoFo News Item

Daily Journal Names Susan Mac Cormac and Tiffany Cheung as Top Women Lawyers

19 May 2021

The Daily Journal has named San Francisco partners Susan (“Suz”) Mac Cormac and Tiffany Cheung to its list of 2021 Top Women Lawyers in California. The annual award series recognizes the successes and victories of women lawyers in the courtroom and at the negotiating table, as well as their advancements in the legal industry.

Suz is a Corporate partner at MoFo in San Francisco and chairs the Energy, ESG, Food + Ag, and Social Enterprise + Impact Investing practices. Suz combines an elite corporate and finance practice with a commitment to furthering the cause of environmental and social responsibility in the profit-driven world of business. Her “game-changing, law-shaping, market-moving work” (The Recorder) spans a unique range of complex matters, from advising on ten-figure late-stage technology investments and high-profile M&A transactions in the clean technology and renewable energy sectors to developing novel nonprofit/for-profit “hybrid” corporate structures and corporate governance advice in relation to sustainability.

Tiffany is co-chair of MoFo’s global Litigation Department and is the former co-chair of the firm’s Class Actions & Mass Torts Practice Group. Clients seek out Tiffany for her successful track record defending class action claims on behalf of clients in a broad range of industries, including technology, healthcare, and consumer products companies. She represents numerous Fortune 500 companies in high-stakes litigation involving privacy and marketing claims in courts throughout the United States. Her practice includes leading class actions at the cutting edge of privacy law, including claims involving data security and biometric information. She also has advised extensively on Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) matters, as well as matters involving unfair business practices claims and consumer advertising issues.

Profiles for all of the winning lawyers have been featured in a special Top Women Lawyers issue of the Daily Journal published on May 19, 2021.



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