Partner / LOS ANGELES,
Partner / LOS ANGELES
Belinda Martinez Vega is a Partner in the Century City office of Gerard Fox Law. She has extensive experience in all phases of business litigation across a wide swath of industries. Her practice focuses on a broad range of complex commercial litigation, including matters involving unfair business practices, securities litigation, intellectual property, contract disputes, and fraud. In addition to her business litigation practice, Ms. Vega is often hired by companies to conduct internal investigations in response to government inquiries and allegations of misconduct. She has extensive experience providing strategic counseling to companies on regulatory compliance and corporate best practices. Clients turn to Ms. Vega for her aggressive, effective, and efficient approach to getting the best results.
Ms. Vega recently first-chaired a books & records trial in which she was successful in keeping her clients’ financial records from being disclosed to outside parties claiming to have shareholder and director rights. She also recently completed two internal investigations, representing the Board of Directors of a multi-million dollar corporation and advising on disclosure obligations. She has also successfully negotiated several high-level executive severance packages for studio and media executives.
Prior to Gerard Fox Law, Ms. Vega was Counsel at O’Melveny & Myers in the Business Trials and Litigation, White Collar Criminal Defense, and Antitrust Practice Groups. There, she represented clients such as ExxonMobil, CIGNA, BP and SK hynix Inc., in numerous high profile cases. Ms. Vega assisted in SK hynix’s defense against Rambus’ worldwide litigation campaign to enforce patents on industry standard computer memory products, resulting in a $250 million sanctions award against Rambus and in favor of SK hynix for document spoliation. Ms. Vega further successfully defended ExxonMobil against the Alaska Department of Natural Resources in two bench trials and one appeal to the Supreme Court involving a dispute over oil and gas leases.