Zachary (Zach) Hill is a litigator with a focus on strategic problem solving and a strong technical aptitude. He represents clients in a wide range of complex commercial litigation matters in state and federal court, with a focus on matters involving enterprise resource planning software and related issues.
Zack has experience in most aspects of litigation. He has drafted and argued several dispositive motions; he has worked closely with both damages and technical experts through all phases of discovery and trial preparation; and, he has extensive experience working with vendors and IT personnel to resolve many complex eDiscovery issues.
Zack received his J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he served on the executive board of the Prison Legal Assistance Project and represented clients in the Predatory Lending Clinic of the WilmerHale Legal Services Center.
Representing consulting firm client in suit involving implementation of ERP system (San Francisco Super. Ct.)
Oracle v. Rimini Street — Representing Oracle with respect to its claims for copyright infringement, computer fraud and related claims (D. Nev.)
Successfully argued motion to dismiss, and obtained dismissal, on behalf of large business process outsourcing client in contract dispute involving electronic medical records solution subsidiary (C.D. Cal.)
Oracle v. SAP — Represented Oracle in suit for copyright infringement, computer fraud, economic interference and related claims (N.D. Cal.)
Obtained voluntary dismissal in action involving payroll processing services for third-party defendant client after serving motion for sanctions (Alameda Super. Ct.)
Harvard Law School, 2010, Juris Doctor
Northwestern University, 2007, Master of Arts
The University of Chicago, 2004, Bachelor of Arts
US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
US District Court for the Central District of California