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Last Updated: August 12, 2020
Glenn S. Shubb works as the director of automated litigation support for Munger, Tolles & Olson in Los Angeles. He focuses on large-scale and complex civil litigation, specializing in the effective use of technology to advance legal strategy and case and client goals.
Shubb has more than 25 years of experience practicing law and has been involved in the design, implementation and management of the technology workflow and discovery process for many of his firm’s largest matters, including representation of Berkshire Hathaway, Rambus, Philip Morris, Boeing, Verizon, Universal Music Group and Tesla, among many others. He regularly consults with attorneys and clients on electronic discovery best practices and to tailor solutions to fit the specific needs of each matter. Shubb also serves on a number of firm committees and is a founding member of his firm’s eDiscovery committee working group. Prior to joining Munger Tolles, Shubb practiced criminal, entertainment and general civil litigation in state and federal court.
Shubb is an active member of the International Legal Technology Association and a recognized leader in the eDiscovery community. Shubb also serves on the executive committee for the law practice and technology section of the California Lawyers Association. He participates and presents at many major industry conferences for both public and private sectors. He is proficient with and holds certifications in the administration of many leading eDiscovery technology platforms.
Shubb earned his JD from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles and a BA in communication studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is admitted and an active member of the California bar.
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Nomi Stolzenberg was quoted in an article about whether or not religious judges can keep their faith separate from their rulings. Stolzenberg said, “[Amy Barrett] is being selected to fulfill a half century campaign to take back the courts, to return religion to the public square, to dismantle a style of secularist constitutional interpretation that religious conservatives find objectionable."
"Lessons from Luckin Coffee: The Underappreciated Risks of Variable Interest Entities," Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog, July 28, 2020.
"Big is not necessarily bad," The Hill, July 30, 2020.
“The Death of the Income Tax (or, The Rise of America's Universal Wage Tax),” Indiana Law Journal 95 (2020): 1233.