Diana Rogosa specializes in general commercial litigation, white collar criminal defense, securities litigation, and financial services litigation and regulatory proceedings. Her clients include national banks, semiconductor and technology companies, and corporate officers. In addition, Diana devotes substantial time to pro bono matters.
- Representing a global bank in successful defense of nationwide class action challenging overdraft fees as allegedly usurious interest under the National Bank Act
- Representing a global bank in connection with hundreds of lawsuits in state and federal court challenging homeowner associations’ efforts to foreclose on liens and to extinguish first deeds of trust owned or serviced by the bank
- Representing Microsemi Corporation in multiple shareholder lawsuits in Delaware Chancery Court challenging its $389 million acquisition of Vitesse Semiconductor Corp.
- Representing former Hewlett-Packard executive in multiple shareholder derivative actions and investigations arising from H-P’s $11 billion purchase of British software company Autonomy Corporation Ltd.
- Representing former Corinthian Colleges, Inc. executive in investigations arising from the company’s disclosed placement of graduates
- Successfully obtained U-Visa for Honduran woman terrorized by gang violence
- Representing Salvadoran man terrorized by gang, family, and society for his membership in the LGBTQ community in seeking asylum
- US District Court, Central and Northern Districts of California
- University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D.: cum laude; member, Hastings Law Journal; best brief, 2012 National Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Competition
- George Washington University, B.A., Sociology
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