Linda Hsu practices in the class actions, product liability, and commercial litigation practice groups. She has experience litigating issues confronting small and large companies, including defense of companies against class, complex, and multidistrict claims in federal and state courts throughout the United States. Ms. Hsu handles cases in all stages of litigation and represents businesses defending against putative consumer class action matters.
In addition, Ms. Hsu defends aircraft manufacturers, maintenance service providers, component part manufacturers, and aviation service companies in accidents and airport incidents. She has also defended aircraft, aerospace, insulation, chemical, and metal manufacturers in mass toxic-tort litigation involving asbestos, benzene, beryllium, diacetyl (popcorn lung), and manganese exposure.
Ms. Hsu has worked in-house at the headquarters of a social media technology services company. During her secondment, she served as interim general counsel and handled all legal issues, including development and implementation of the company’s terms of service and document retention policy.
Ms. Hsu has authored articles and presented on such topics as the characteristics of multi-generational jurors and employees, and the Montreal Convention. She has been named as a “Rising Star” by Southern California Super Lawyers and is a member of the firm’s Recruiting Committee. Ms. Hsu was born in São Paulo, Brazil and is conversational in Portuguese and Spanish.