As a litigator, Marcel Budiono’s client matters involve breach of contract, business and intentional torts, and intellectual property disputes. His experience extends to handling untruthful and defamatory reviews on consumer websites, such as Yelp and Google Reviews. He has become the firm’s go-to resource for cases involving section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996.
Moreover, Marcel has knowledge of data privacy laws as some of his cases deal with cyber security and data privacy issues where a data breach response and notification procedure may be required.
While in law school, Marcel was an editor of the UC Irvine Law Review. He served as a research assistant for a constitutional law professor, and a teaching assistant for a legal research and writing professor. As a law student, he argued and won a published case before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and was profiled by the Daily Journal for his achievement.
Additionally, he externed at the U.S. Attorney’s Office where he drafted motions and conducted research on federal criminal cases.