Lan Hoang focuses her practice on complex commercial matters, including bankruptcy, securities, business tort, professional malpractice, breach of contract and intellectual property matters. She has represented clients in consumer fraud class actions, shareholder derivative class actions and corporate governance disputes. She also counsels clients on first-party and third-party insurance policies, restrictive covenants and noncompete/solicitation agreements. Her experience involves proceedings in federal and state courts, as well as arbitrations and mediations.
Ms. Hoang's representative matters include:
- Represented litigation and liquidating trustees in multimillion-dollar bankruptcy.
- Represented foreign national in multibillion-dollar and multi-jurisdictional trusts and estate dispute.
- Represented government authority in investigation regarding auction rate securities.
- Represented multimillion-dollar investor in securities, corporate governance and breach of contract disputes regarding ownership of importer attempting to pioneer the U.S. distribution of China-built vehicles.
- Defended international electronics manufacturer and distributor in nationwide consumer fraud class actions.
- Represented major publishing company in connection with copyright claims concerning application software related to an Internet portal for a major aspect of the company's business.
- Defended a major Internet portal in a trademark infringement action in connection with the naming of a spin-off business unit.
- Defended foreign manufacturer of digital camera in nationwide consumer fraud class action.
- Defended wholesale drug distributor in nationwide class action arising out of distribution of counterfeit pharmaceutical drug.
Ms. Hoang serves on the New Jersey Supreme Court District Ethics Committee, District V-A. She investigates and prosecutes grievances against New Jersey attorneys charged with unethical conduct under the Rules of Professional Responsibility adopted by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
Ms. Hoang is a member of both the New York and New Jersey Bars. She served as a law clerk to the Honorable Joseph A. Falcone, A.J.S.C. (ret.) and the Honorable Joseph F. Scancarella, P.J.S.C. (ret.). While in law school, she served as Editor-in-Chief for the Seton Hall Legislative Law Journal.