A founding member of the Willenken Firm, Paul J. Loh is a seasoned trial lawyer who has tried over 40 jury trials to verdict. Paul’s practice focuses on complex business litigation, class actions, unfair competition, white collar criminal defense, and antitrust. He also has substantial experience in complex torts and products liability litigation.
Named by the Los Angeles Daily Journal in 2007 as one of the Top 20 Lawyers Under 40, Paul is a lawyer to whom corporate clients often turn when a case reaches “crisis mode” – prior counsel was unable to settle the matter or dispose of it by motion work, and now the case needs to be properly prepared for trial and tried. However, precisely because of his extensive trial experience, Paul also has an established track record of obtaining optimal results for his clients in the earlier stages of litigation. By identifying the critical issues and evidence in the case at the outset, Paul is able to frame the litigation effectively and execute the specific tasks that are needed to leverage an early favorable resolution. Paul has written and taught on the topics of trial tactics and advocacy.
In 2012, The American Lawyer and Corporate Counsel Magazine named Paul as one of the nation’s Top Rated Lawyers in White Collar Criminal Defense.
Paul has represented clients from a wide cross-section of industries, including retail, technology, financial services, utilities, consumer products, telecommunications, and automotive.