Zachary R. Lee

  • Biography
  • Key Cases

Zachary R. Lee joined the firm in 2024. He prides himself on fighting for consumer rights amidst unchecked corporate greed and against antitrust violations in an era of increasing consolidation and monopolization. He relishes analyzing the key issues of his cases to help his clients achieve victory against these types of anticompetitive abuses. 

Zachary is a former staff attorney at the Oakland office of a national law firm. While there, he conducted first and second pass document review analyzing documents for relevance, key issues, and privilege in a consumer class action alleging unlawful sharing of user’s private content with third parties against a large social media company. He also drafted witness memos of key executives and conducted deposition preparation for key witnesses. 

For over fifteen years, Zachary has been a contract attorney with prestigious firms such as Morgan, Lewis & Bockius; DLA; Gibson Dunn & Crutcher; Bingham McCutchen; and Morrison & Foerster. He has reviewed documents produced in a copyright infringement litigation between Fortune 500 companies and documents for production in response to a DOJ investigation of antitrust violations. He has also assisted with a confidential internal investigation of a public entity for Federal Corrupt Practices Act and Sarbanes-Oxley violations, and several internal investigations of corporations for illegal backdating of stock options.  

Prior to his contract attorney experience, Zachary was a staff attorney at the San Francisco office of a national law firm and an associate at boutiques located in San Francisco and Walnut Creek, California. His work at these firms covered class actions, securities, real estate, civil litigation, and other practice areas.