Kyle McLorg is a member of the firm’s complex Business Litigation Group and its White Collar Criminal Defense and Internal Corporate Investigations group where he represents companies in the technology and consumer products industries.
In Kyle’s business litigation practice, he represents clients in federal and state court actions. His experience spans a wide spectrum of subject matters including complex contractual disputes, products liability, consumer class actions, and intellectual property litigation. Kyle has also represented clients in arbitrations, including as part of a trial team in a week long hearing that resulted in a $29 million award in his client’s favor.
Clients leverage his white collar practice in investigations and prosecutions brought by the Department of Justice and other federal agencies and in conducting internal and special litigation committee investigations in a variety of corporate contexts.
Kyle loves to learn new things, go deep on the facts and the law, and strategize to come up with creative solutions to complex problems. His experience includes drafting and arguing motions to dismiss and summary judgment motions, conducting discovery, interviewing witnesses, and taking and defending fact and expert depositions. Kyle has negotiated a number of pre-trial resolutions, including plea deals on the white collar side and settlement agreements informally and at mediations.
Kyle also maintains a robust pro bono practice, including asylum proceedings and other human interest work. In 2020, he filed an amicus brief in the Ninth Circuit on behalf of nine civil society organizations in the WhatsApp v. NSO Group litigation. The brief told the stories of victims of NSO Group’s spyware and succeeded in urging the court to deny the company foreign sovereign immunity.