The global law firm Jones Day has announced that Marcus Quintanillae has joined the Firm as of counsel in the Irvine Office, where he is now a member of the Global Disputes Practice. Mr. Quintanilla arrives from the Newport Beach office of O’Melveny & Myers, where he was counsel in the firm’s International Dispute Resolution Practice.

“Marcus has deep professional experience with a wide range of international arbitrations, cross-border litigation matters and FCPA investigations, which will be an excellent complement to our Global Disputes Practice and to the talented group of business litigators we have here in Irvine,” said Richard Grabowski, Partner-in-Charge of Jones Day’s Irvine Office. There are more than 50 lawyers in the Firm’s Irvine Office.

Mr. Quintanilla has extensive experience litigating in multiple international venues in disputes implicating U.S., foreign, and international law. He also counsels clients on compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and frequently leads FCPA investigations. He has represented multinationals in the energy, semiconductor, consumer goods, and infrastructure sectors, and has led teams through every phase of complex business disputes, from litigation planning through closing arguments.

Tim Cullen, head of the Global Disputes Practice, said, “Marcus has substantial experience advising on multi-jurisdictional disputes across the globe and is an excellent addition to our Global Disputes Practice, which offers clients a comprehensive international footprint and premium service on a variety of challenging disputes in jurisdictions around the world.”

Mr. Quintanilla earned a law degree from Harvard Law School, a master of arts degree from Harvard University, and an undergraduate degree from Georgetown University. He is a member of many legal organizations, including the Hispanic Bar Association of Orange County, the Orange County Bar Association, and the International Bar Association.


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