Firm Successfully Defends Multi-Million Dollar Employment Matter for Hana Financial, Inc.

Los Angeles, CA – June 2010 — June 2010

LTL prevails in arbitration of an employment dispute for one of the nation’s leading commercial service financial institutions. Firm partner K. Luan Tran and associate Daniel Yu defended Hana Financial, Inc. against a age/race discrimination, retaliation, wrongful termination in violation of public policy, and failure to prevent and remedy discrimination and retaliation lawsuit brought by a former employee. The arbitration was argued before one of the top employment law neutrals, Deborah Rothman, Esq., of Professional Mediation and Arbitration.

After conducting necessary discovery, LTL was able to get plaintiff’s race discrimination dismissed on summary adjudication. Subsequently, in what was scheduled to be a 6-day arbitration, LTL efficiently and effectively countered plaintiff’s case and presented defendant’s case-in-chief to allow for the arbitration to be completed in just 2 days. After careful consideration, the arbitrator ruled in favor of LTL as to all causes of action, ruling that plaintiff “take nothing on his claims.”

“We are very pleased with the outcome of this case,” said partner K Luan Tran, “and we will continue to vigorously represent our clients by preparing thoroughly and dissecting our opponents’ case with utmost attention to detail.”

About LTL Attorneys LLP

LTL is a Los Angeles based law firm focusing exclusively on business and intellectual property litigation. The firm’s partners have practiced at prominent multi-national firms, and are graduates of top law schools including Harvard, Stanford, and Columbia. Primary practice areas include business disputes (breach of contract, aggrieved investors and professionals, and commercial disputes) and intellectual property litigation (patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets). What sets the firm apart is its ability to offer creative fee arrangements to meet its clients’ needs.  In appropriate cases, clients pay no legal fees unless either a verdict of settlement is reached. This is the LTL difference.