Laura Mujenda maintains a broad-based commercial litigation practice that includes business, privacy, data security, investigations and soft IP matters. As part of her growing privacy practice, Laura counsels clients on GDPR compliance, including preparing Article 30 reports and conducting gap analysis. Laura is also engaged in policy framework as related to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).
In her litigation practice, Laura has experience bringing and defending claims for fraud, misrepresentation, breach of contract, tortious interference with a contract, and trademark, trade dress and copyright infringement. She has handled various aspects of civil litigation, including dispositive motion practice, pleadings, discovery, depositions, dispute resolution and trial preparation. She also been involved in investigations related to retaliation, sexual harassment, gender or pregnancy-based discrimination and enforcement actions.
Laura’s pro bono practice focuses on representing immigrants in removal proceedings who seek lawful admission into the U.S. In that regard, Laura recently secured release on bond and a grant of Deferral of Removal under the Convention Against Torture for a native and citizen of Guatemala.
*Admitted only in New York.
- NYC Bar Association, Member
- Association of Black Women Attorneys, Member
- Metropolitan Black Bar Association, Member
- International Association of Privacy Professionals, (CIPP/E), Member
- Volunteer Lawyers For the Arts, New York, Member
- Perkins Coie, New York, NY, Summer Associate, 2014, 2015
- Kaplan, Friedman & Associates, Boston, MA, Immigration Litigation Paralegal, 2011 - 2013