San Francisco co-managing partner Jennifer Kash and Silicon Valley partner Diane Doolittle have been named to The Recorder’s 2013 list of the 50 Women Leaders in Technology Law. Kash and Doolittle were recognized for “demonstrat[ing] leadership and expertise in solving the most pressing legal concerns tech companies can face” and for “handling game-changing, law-shaping, market-moving work in and around the technology sector.” In selecting Kash for this award, The Recorder referenced her work for clients like Symantec, Yahoo!, and Qualcomm in “big-ticket” patent litigation, including defeating a $1 billion infringement claim against Symantec in a Delaware jury trial. Doolittle, a former prosecutor and Co-Chair of Quinn Emanuel’s National Trial Practice, was recognized for her 67 trial wins ranging from intellectual property and complex commercial litigation to white collar crime and wrongful death. Doolittle’s representative clients include the founders of Marvell, the co-founder of Broadcom, and Google. Recently, she successfully defended Russian Internet giant Yandex against allegations of massive copyright infringement, making new law defining the territorial reach of the U.S. Copyright Act.