- Employment & Labor
- Employee Benefits
|Contact Info||Telephone: 415.625.9264|
|University ||University of California, Irvine, B.A., 2006; Dean's Service Award; Honorable Kenneth B. Chang Memorial Scholarship, Korean American Bar Association of Los Angeles|
|Law School||Loyola Law School, J.D., 2010|
|Admitted||2010, California; U.S. District Court, Central District of California|
Memberships & Affiliations
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Joy Chen focuses her practice on employment law and product liability defense matters. She previously handled employment litigation cases in Los Angeles that involved claims for wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment and retaliation. Joy also has experience in general civil litigation, toxic torts, asbestos exposure and construction defect defense.
During law school, Joy served as vice president of the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association. She was involved in the development of Loyola Law School's award-winning Diversity Program and was the first appointed Diversity Chair for the Student Bar Association. Joy was an extern for the Honorable Socrates P. Manoukian of the Superior Court of California, Santa Clara.
Joy is an active member of the community who provides volunteer outreach services. She has volunteered at Bet Tzedek Legal Services, the Center for Juvenile Law & Policy, and at pro bono clinics catered to minority and underprivileged communities. A Los Angeles native, Joy had the privilege of living one year abroad in the United Kingdom during her undergraduate studies.
San Francisco's First “Retail Workers' Bill of Rights” Creates More Obligations for Retail Employers
San Francisco Adopts Retail Workers' Bill of Rights
July 17, 2015
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors has passed two ordinances, codified as Hours and Retention Protections for Formula Retail Employees, San Francisco Police Code Article 33F, and Fair Scheduling and Treatment of Formula Retail Employees, San Francisco Police Code Article 33G. Under the designation “Retail Workers' Bill of Rights, ” the new legislation will regulate employee hours, scheduling and retention and the treatment of part-time employees at certain standardized retail establishments in San Francisco.
CA Supreme Court to Decide If Insurance Companies Can Be Sued under the Unfair Competition Law
CA: Can Insurance Companies Be Sued under the UCL?
May 23, 2013
On May 8, the Supreme Court of California heard oral arguments in a case that could decide whether an insured can bring a cause of action against its insurer under the Unfair Competition Law and if previous case law bars such an action.
Law360 Publishes Article on CA Case that Could Greatly Impact Insurance Companies
June 5, 2013
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