Eunice Leong focuses on complex litigation and internal investigations, managing all aspects of a case for a broad range of clients. Ms. Leong also maintains an active pro bono practice, including ongoing representation of a child in an immigration matter.
Prior to joining Hueston Hennigan, Ms. Leong was a litigation associate at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison in New York, where she represented clients in a wide variety of matters, including securities and ERISA class actions, environmental tort litigation, government investigations, and bankruptcy litigation.
During law school, Ms. Leong served as general editor of the Cornell Law Review and was named a Myron Taylor Scholar. She was also a research assistant for Professor Kate Griffith at Cornell University and a legal intern for Greater Boston Legal Services.
Represent biotech firm Sorrento Therapeutics as plaintiff in multiple litigations alleging a high profile business partner’s scheme to “catch and kill” Sorrento’s promising cancer drug, Cynviloq.
Represent Monster Energy Company in connection with patent and trademark matters against Vital Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Conducting an independent investigation for a public research institution into improper activities.
Represented an automotive company in a nationally covered litigation against a disgruntled former employee accused of hacking into the manufacturing system.
Represented PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory Services LLC in a complex business dispute over the FCC’s Broadcast Incentive Auction.
Represented an analytics and business intelligence company in a mediation of gender and age discrimination claims.
Represent an entrepreneur and investor in connection with a federal investigation by the San Diego U.S. Attorney’s Office.