O'Melveny 2022 Class Notes

6 O’Melveny & Myers LLP I omm.com to Heather’s transactional practice, she has also made her mark on litigation and has been quick to lend her specialized expertise to pro bono clients, nonprofits, and microenterprises, which would not otherwise have access to such sophisticated lawyering. Going forward, Heather will continue to serve as a Founding Portfolio Partner for OSS Capital, the world’s first and only COSS (Commercial Open Source Software) company investor and platform. She is also a founder of Technology Law Partners, where she will advise companies on an array of technology needs. MICHAEL RAY (CLASS OF 1994) was honored as an O’Melveny 2022 Warren Christopher Values Award Recipient. 1995 JEFF WALBRIDGE (CLASS OF 1995) joined O’Melveny’s Partner Admissions Committee. 1996 AMY J. LONGO (CLASS OF 1996) joined Ropes & Gray LLP, in March 2022, as the first litigation Partner in the firm’s new Los Angeles office, where she practices SEC/ white collar enforcement and securities class action defense. Amy served as the Regional Trial Counsel of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Los Angeles Regional Office, serving close to nine years with the agency. She lives in Pacific Palisades with her husband, Steve Pesce, and their two sons, Leo and Renzi Pesce, ages 14 and 12. 1994 GLENN BUTTERTON (CLASS OF 1994) has returned to Northern Virginia and is now an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center. He is thrilled to be back in Washington, DC after spending four years away, first in Shenzhen, China (where he was Cornelius Vander Starr Senior Lecturer at Peking University), and then in Miami, Florida (where he was a Lecturer in Law at the University of Miami). His sons now work in Boston, where his oldest, Derek, is at the Boston Museum of Science, and his youngest, Adrian, is at the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General. JEFFREY E. GORDON (CLASS OF 1994) joined O’Melveny’s newly formed Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee. HEATHER MEEKER (CLASS OF 1994) retired as an O’Melveny Partner. Heather is internationally renowned for her expertise in technology licensing, open source software, and intellectual property law. In fact, clients often keep a copy of Heather’s book, Open Source for Business, by their sides. Heather counsels clients from startups to global enterprises on software licensing and other complex and essential issues. Heather has helped propel several of our forward-looking practice areas to new heights—including our Technology, Emerging Technologies, and Automated & Connected Vehicles Industry Groups, where clients rely upon Heather’s open source, technology licensing, and supply-chain expertise. She has also sharpened our approach to Artificial Intelligence, developing model policies for responsible AI and guiding clients as they assess novel issues regarding intellectual property and contractual obligations for machine learning. In addition Classes