Mx. Langer-Osuna is a commercial litigation partner at Squire Patton Boggs. They try cases that touch on the internet: including data breach, data disclosure, data privacy, online copyright, online defamation, and software licensing matters. Other attorneys frequently seek them out for advice on handling the attorney-client privilege and class action procedure. Mx. Langer-Osuna also has significant experience litigating multijurisdictional matters that involve the foreign relations law of the US.
In addition, Mx. Langer-Osuna maintains an active pro bono practice assisting the Transgender Law Center’s asylum efforts, working for environmental groups (including serving as the Vice President of the Western Cave Conservancy), winning cases for local charitable organizations, and helping to improve gender equity. Mx. Langer-Osuna is an active advocate for the LGBTQ community – they serve on the boards of the National Trans Bar Association and Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom (BALIF), advise NALP’s Non-Binary Taskforce, and speak about the issues facing trans and non-binary lawyers and law students to state bar regulators, law schools, and other lawyers around the country.