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Monica Limon-WynnMonica Limón-Wynn is a respected and experienced business litigator. She spent the first 14 years of her career at Snell & Wilmer LLP in Phoenix, where she was a partner in its commercial litigation practice group.  Ms. Limon-Wynn holds a Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating™ of AV® Preeminent™.


During her tenure at Snell & Wilmer, Ms. Limón-Wynn developed expertise litigating complex business disputes.  Her experience includes the areas of trade secret misappropriation, noncompete and nonsolicitation agreements, unfair competition, tortious interference with business relationships and with contracts, and trademark infringement.  

Ms. Limón-Wynn also has significant experience litigating a wide variety of contract disputes such as software license agreements, real estate contracts, personal services agreements, construction contracts, sales agreements, partnership agreements, and agreements regarding the purchase of a business. 

Ms. Limón-Wynn's courtroom experience includes several jury trials in both state and federal court, several arbitrations, and numerous evidentiary hearings seeking preliminary injunctive relief.   

Monica advises clients when they are considering entering into a new business contract, counsels professionals and business owners in evaluating options regarding existing contracts, and counsels employers on approaches to help limit potential liability when hiring talent from the competition.  Clients have retained Ms. Limón-Wynn to meet with and advise the potential new hire candidates (including executives) regarding complying with potential pre- and post-termination obligations.

For several years, Ms. Limón-Wynn has provided advice and counsel to entities in the media industry.  She has conducted presentations on media law and represented members of the media in disputes involving the First Amendment, public records laws, subpoena laws, camera access in the courtroom, etc.  Monica has developed experience litigating claims of defamation, false light, and invasion of privacy.