NATALIE S. PANG is an associate in the firm’s Los Angeles office. Ms. Pang has advocated on behalf of thousands of consumers during her career. Ms. Pang has extensive experience in case management and all facets of litigation: from a case’s inception through the discovery process–including taking and defending depositions and preparing witnesses for depositions and trial–mediation and settlement negotiations, pretrial motion work, trial and post-trial motion work.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Pang lead the mass torts department of her last firm, where she managed the cases of over two thousand individual clients. There, Ms. Pang worked on a wide variety of complex state and federal matters which included cases involving pharmaceutical drugs, medical devices, auto defects, toxic torts, false advertising, and uninhabitable conditions. Ms. Pang was also trial counsel in the notable case, Celestino Acosta et al. v. City of Long Beach et al. (BC591412) which was brought on behalf of residents of a mobile home park built on a former trash dump and resulted in a $39.5 million verdict after an eleven-week jury trial in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Ms. Pang received her J.D. from Loyola Law School. While in law school, Ms. Pang received a Top 10 Brief Award as a Scott Moot Court competitor, was chosen to be a member of the Scott Moot Court Honor’s Board, and competed as a member of the National Moot Court Team. Ms. Pang was also a Staffer and subsequently an Editor for Loyola’s Entertainment Law Review as well as a Loyola Writing Tutor. During law school, Ms. Pang served as an extern for: the Hon. Rolf Treu (Los Angeles Superior Court), the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office, and the Federal Public Defender’s Office. Ms. Pang obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California and worked in the healthcare industry prior to pursuing her career in law.
Navigating the Difficult Waters of an Attorney-Client Breakup, Daily Journal (January 2, 2019)
Who Can Be Held Liable in the Age of Mass Shootings?, Daily Journal (February 2, 2018)
Collective Bargaining Squares off Against Arbitration, Daily Journal (September 18, 2017)
Claiming to Close the Gender Pay Gap, Google Opens Door to Potential Liability, The Recorder (May 24, 2017)
Next Pokestop: The Courtroom?, The Recorder (August 3, 2016)
Scalia’s Vacancy Shifts High Court On Class Actions, Law360 (May 4, 2016)