Julie Mar-Spinola was named vice president of legal operations at online security company Finjan Holdings. Mar-Spinola, who has held top legal jobs at Bay Area companies Alta Devices, Atmel Corp. and Phoenix Technologies, is a co-founder of ChIPs, a group dedicated to the advancement of women in patent and IP-related fields. She’ll be responsible for both legal and business matters at Finjan, including building the company’s IP assets, leading legal operations and guiding its patent enforcement strategy. See story online.
Timothy Crudo joined San Francisco’s Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass, where he’ll head the firm’s white-collar defense and government enforcement practice. The longtime Latham & Watkins partner was an assistant U.S. attorney from 2003 to 2009 and led the securities fraud unit there. See story online.
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