Leah Vulić

Associate

Leah handles a broad array of civil litigation matters, from internet defamation and speech cases, to false advertising disputes, to a variety of tech-focused litigation.

Phone Number

415-955-1155 Ext. 121

Email Address

[email protected]

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Leah Vulić

Associate

Leah handles a broad array of civil litigation matters, from internet defamation and speech cases, to false advertising disputes, to a variety of tech-focused litigation.

Phone Number

415-955-1155 Ext. 121

Email Address

[email protected]

Leah is a strong advocate for clients in cases where obtaining key digital evidence turns on the balance between the First Amendment and the right to seek judicial remedies.

As an associate for the firm’s litigation practice, Leah thrives on tackling complex issues that are unique to the realm of technology and digital media. Legal issues involving speech are difficult, and they become especially challenging when the speech takes place on internet websites or social media. Leah regularly navigates this evolving terrain, including assessing issues under the Stored Communications Act, Section 230, and the great body of law concerning anonymous speakers on the internet.

Litigating against or defending anonymous online speakers involves the intersection of so many areas of the law, which is difficult but highly fulfilling to me as an attorney.

Leah is also integral to the firm’s subpoena localization practice, which involves domesticating out-of-state subpoenas on California entities, including large tech and social media companies. Leah’s work on subpoenas has included successful motions to quash, motions to compel, and motions for early discovery.

Leah’s broader experience is in the fields of online speech (including anonymous defamation), anti-SLAPP motions, trademark and false advertising litigation, advising on online reputation management options, and class action lawsuits.

Leah graduated magna cum laude from the Ohio State University, where she earned a B.A. in History, and she is licensed to practice law in California.

EDUCATION

Ohio State University, B.A. in History (magna cum laude)

California legal studies under California Rule of Admissions Rule 4.29

BAR ADMISSIONS

State Bar of California

United States District Court, Northern District of California

MEMBERSHIPS

Internet Law Leadership Summit

Additional Attributes for Leah Vulić

Watchtower Bible Speech Litigation Update, Internet Law Leadership Summit (May 2022)

Recent Trends in Internet Law and Online Regulation; Litigation Approaches Including Anti-SLAPP Motions, CEB (Sept. 2021)

"Repugnant" Canadian Court Decisions (Google v. Equustek Solutions, Inc.), Internet Law Leadership Summit (May 2018)

Dealing with Subpoena Resisters in California, Internet Law Leadership Summit (May 2017)

Amazon Marketplace: Trends in Infringement and Strategies for Representation of Sellers, Internet Law Leadership Summit (December 2016)

Obtained evidence via subpoena to Facebook/Instagram in a non-consensual pornography (aka “revenge porn”) case, which uncovered records revealing that a woman’s ex-husband was responsible for creating online profiles in the wife’s name and soliciting monetary contributions using the wife’s intimate photos and videos. The records from Facebook ultimately convinced a prosecutor to pursue criminal charges against the ex-husband.

Obtained digital evidence via subpoenas to one of the largest digital asset exchanges in the U.S. and to California banks to trace over $5 million in undisclosed assets hidden by an ex-husband from his wife.

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Watchtower Bible Speech Litigation Update, Internet Law Leadership Summit (May 2022)

Recent Trends in Internet Law and Online Regulation; Litigation Approaches Including Anti-SLAPP Motions, CEB (Sept. 2021)

"Repugnant" Canadian Court Decisions (Google v. Equustek Solutions, Inc.), Internet Law Leadership Summit (May 2018)

Dealing with Subpoena Resisters in California, Internet Law Leadership Summit (May 2017)

Amazon Marketplace: Trends in Infringement and Strategies for Representation of Sellers, Internet Law Leadership Summit (December 2016)

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Obtained evidence via subpoena to Facebook/Instagram in a non-consensual pornography (aka “revenge porn”) case, which uncovered records revealing that a woman’s ex-husband was responsible for creating online profiles in the wife’s name and soliciting monetary contributions using the wife’s intimate photos and videos. The records from Facebook ultimately convinced a prosecutor to pursue criminal charges against the ex-husband.

Obtained digital evidence via subpoenas to one of the largest digital asset exchanges in the U.S. and to California banks to trace over $5 million in undisclosed assets hidden by an ex-husband from his wife.

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