Albert T. Liou is a Partner in the firm’s Litigation Department. With a broad spectrum of expertise, Mr. Liou has successfully represented clients in a variety of matters, including business litigation, wrongful termination, bankruptcy adversary proceedings, trademark/copyright claims, Proposition 65 defense and compliance, shareholder derivative suits, and professional malpractice.

    Mr. Liou’s representative cases include:
  • Obtained arbitration award in favor of claimants, for the ownership of the “THC” URL and trademark.
  • Represented plaintiff in a medical malpractice case involving newborn kernicterus, resulting in a $96 million jury award.
  • Lead trial counsel for plaintiffs in a case in which elderly plaintiffs were tricked into signing away their house to a much younger “friend.” Following trial, the deed to the “friend” was rescinded, and the clients retained the house.
  • Obtained a full dismissal after trial on behalf of a television writer/producer who was sued for bankruptcy fraud claim.
  • Lead trial counsel representing an internet start-up company in a securities fraud and breach of fiduciary duty case brought by minority shareholders, resulting in a successful resolution during trial.
  • Represented commercial landlord against an unauthorized commercial subtenant, obtaining summary judgment and full possession of the premises.
  • Successful resolution of a 12(j) proceeding brought by the SEC against a Cayman Islands corporation.
  • Obtained full dismissal of a citation by the Board for Professional Engineers against a commercial drone service provider, with claims of unlawful land surveying.

Mr. Liou received his B.A. in Political Science from The Johns Hopkins University in 1992 and his J.D. from Loyola Law School in 1995. Mr. Liou is admitted to practice before all California state courts and the United States District Court, Central District of California. Mr. Liou has been selected for inclusion in Southern California Super Lawyers, as published in Los Angeles Magazine and the New York Times. Only five percent of the lawyers in the state are named to Super Lawyers

Albert T. Liou
(424) 239-1906