O'Melveny's Michael Tubach Installed as President of The Bar Association of San FranciscoDecember 17, 2015
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SAN FRANCISCO—DECEMBER 17, 2015—O’Melveny San Francisco partner Michael Tubach was installed as 2016 President of The Bar Association of San Francisco (BASF) at its annual membership luncheon held December 17, 2015. Tubach has been involved with BASF for many years, previously holding positions as Secretary, Treasurer, and President-Elect, as well as serving as Chair of BASF’s Judiciary Committee.
BASF is a nonprofit voluntary membership organization of over 7,000 legal professionals in the Bay Area. Founded in 1872, BASF is one of the largest and most dynamic metropolitan bar associations in the country, with a long and distinguished record of community action, public service, and service to the legal profession.
Tubach is a member of O’Melveny’s White Collar Defense & Corporate Investigations Practice as well as the firm’s Antitrust & Competition Practice. He focuses on civil litigation and white-collar criminal defense, representing companies and individuals in criminal, antitrust, securities, and class action disputes and internal investigations. His trial experience includes over 35 trials and 20 appellate arguments. Before joining O’Melveny, Tubach was an Assistant US Attorney in Washington, DC. He received his J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law, where he served as Executive Editor on the California Law Review, and was admitted to the Order of the Coif. Tubach also was a law clerk for Judge Stephen F. Williams of the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit.
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