Segun Babatunde represents clients in high-stakes commercial litigation and white-collar investigations, managing all aspects of a case for a wide variety of clients.
Prior to joining Hueston Hennigan, Mr. Babatunde was a litigation associate at Munger, Tolles and Olson, where he worked on complex commercial litigation matters. Mr. Babatunde also founded a skills-wagering eSports platform, overseeing daily operations and ensuring company compliance with applicable law.
During law school, Mr. Babatunde served as notes editor for the Harvard Law Review and Membership Engagement Chair for the Black Law Students Association.
Before law school, Mr. Babatunde graduated from Duke University, where he was selected for the University Scholars Program– a four-year full merit scholarship.
Represented a mass media and entertainment conglomerate in breach of contract and defamation action.
Represented a multibillion-dollar investment company in complex civil action alleging fraud and unfair competition.
Conducted external investigation on behalf of prominent California Universities into potential fraud and racketeering conspiracy.
Conducted an external investigation on behalf of an international engineering services company into potential trade secret misappropriation.
Successfully moved to dismiss a frivolous witness-intimidation lawsuit on behalf of a former caregiver to comic book icon Stan Lee.
Successfully argued for Domestic Violence Restraining Order in California state court, and Withholding of Removal in immigration court, on behalf of pro bono clients.