As noted by Chambers, clients call Mr. Kaba “one of the best young trial lawyers I’ve ever seen,” and add: “He is innovative, smart and able to see problems from various perspectives. His oral advocacy skills are second to none.”
As a diverse, young attorney, Mr. Kaba is a trusted advisor, serving as co-lead or second chair on the firm’s most significant matters.
Mr. Kaba has had many recent successes in the last year alone. Recently, Mr. Kaba obtained a complete defense victory for Caltech after a four-week jury trial in Los Angeles; prevailed in the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals on his argument that a social network is immune from liability for third party statements under section 230 of the Communications Decency Act; defeated a $100 million suit against Bausch Health; obtained dismissal of two Title IX federal lawsuits filed against Caltech; obtained a preliminary injunction on behalf of Amgen against the State of California in a case setting new precedent for the pharmaceutical industry; obtained a significant settlement for the Navajo Nation against Wells Fargo arising out of Wells Fargo’s deceptive business practices; and defeated the SEC’s motion for contempt against Elon Musk related to his tweets.