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Katie Gonzalez works with domestic and international companies in commercial litigation contexts in state and federal courts. Katie's experience includes drafting and attacking pleadings, motion practice, pretrial discovery, trial preparation, and settlement. She has handled a high-stakes cross-border internal investigation and also has experience in corporate law involving periodic reporting and disclosure requirements, securities offerings, and private equity financing.

Katie maintains an active pro bono practice. She has successfully represented clients in domestic violence and asylum cases. She has also advised nonprofit organizations on impact investment and corporate issues.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Katie assisted self-represented litigants with a wide range of civil matters, including breach of contract cases and post-judgment enforcement actions.


  • SAP wins summary judgment on Teradata trade secret and antitrust claimsJones Day successfully defended SAP, one of the world's leading producers of software for the management of business processes, against trade secret and antitrust claims in a lawsuit filed in the Northern District of California.
  • CDPQ participates in $185 million Series G financing round of AppDirect, Inc.Jones Day represented Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec in connection with its participation in the $185 million Series G financing with existing investors into AppDirect, Inc., which offers a subscription commerce platform for digital services.
  • Synaptics divests LCD TDDI business to Hua Capital for $139.4 millionJones Day advised Synaptics Incorporated in its $139.4 million divestiture of its Asia-based mobile LCD TDDI Business to an affiliate of Hua Capital.
  • Hitachi Vantara acquires Waterline Data, Inc.Jones Day advised Hitachi Vantara LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., in its acquisition of all of the assets of Waterline Data, Inc., a U.S.-based company that provides intelligent data cataloging solutions for DataOps that help customers more easily gain actionable insights from large datasets and comply with data regulations.
  • Western Digital sells ActiveScale™ business to QuantumJones Day advised Western Digital Corporation's subsidiary Western Digital Technologies, Inc. in the sale of its ActiveScale™ business to Quantum Corporation.