Zachary Timm is an associate in the firm's Los Angeles office. Zachary is a member of the firm's Commercial Disputes and Intellectual Property Litigation practice groups. Zachary focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation, labor and employment related litigation, business litigation, and class action defense. He has represented public and private companies in litigation involving claims for trade secrets misappropriation, tortious interference, employment discrimination, wrongful termination, wage and hour violations, breach of contract, false advertising, unfair competition, and fraud. Zachary is experienced in many phases of litigation, including applying for and defending against applications for temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction, drafting and responding to legal complaints, complex fact and expert discovery, deposition preparation, law and motion practice, dispositive motion practice, hearing attendance, mediation preparation, mediation, arbitration preparation, writ practice, and trial preparation.
Zachary has represented clients from a wide variety of industries and trades, including banking and financial services, real estate, manufacturing, construction, and hospitality.
Zachary also maintains an active pro bono practice. Zachary has experience representing clients seeking asylum in the United States, as well as clients who are victims of human trafficking. Zachary also has experience assisting clients on issues relating to voting rights.
Zachary was a summer associate at K&L Gates, during which time he worked in commercial litigation. Prior to attending law school, and during the summer after his first year, Zachary worked at a boutique plaintiff's litigation firm, during which time he worked on cases involving a variety of legal issues, including products liability, employment discrimination, and wage and hour claims.
While at UCLA School of Law, he served as a writing advisor for the 1L legal writing courses, as well as the parliamentarian for the Student Bar Association, during which time he rewrote its constitution and bylaws. Prior to beginning his legal career, Zachary attended the University of Southern California as a trustee scholar, where he graduated with B.A.’s in Psychology and Sociology.