Michael Tubach is a partner in O’Melveny’s San Francisco office and a member of the antitrust and competition, and white-collar defence and corporate investigations practices. Michael focuses on civil litigation and white-collar criminal defence. He represents companies and individuals in criminal, antitrust, securities, and class action disputes and internal investigations. His trial experience includes over 35 trials and 20 appellate arguments.
Michael is recommended by various legal ranking guides, including The Legal 500, PLC’s Which Lawyer?, Best Lawyers in America and Chambers USA – the 2014 edition of which describes him as “an expert in white-collar litigation and antitrust [who] often represents clients in cases involving a combination of both areas, such as criminal cartel matters.” Earlier editions of Chambers USA note Michael’s “deep and thorough understanding of antitrust law, which is coupled with a patient and proactive work ethic”, and his “reputation as a top-flight trial lawyer for criminal antitrust litigation and cartel work”. For the last 10 years, he has been named a Northern California “Super Lawyer” and a leader in the field of white-collar criminal defence in a survey conducted by Law and Politics Media Inc and published in San Francisco magazine.
In addition, Michael has served as managing partner of the firm's San Francisco office and as chair of O’Melveny’s firmwide pro bono committee. Michael was recently installed as 2016 president of The Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF).
WWL says: Recognised for the quality of his antitrust and criminal work, and especially where they overlap, Michael Tubach scores very highly in this edition
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