Karen Ding practices complex commercial litigation, managing all aspects of a case for a wide variety of clients.
During law school, Ms. Ding served as the senior articles editor and member of the board of the Stanford Law Review and worked as a research assistant to Professors Michael Wald, Debbie Mukamal, Michelle M. Mello and David Studdert. She also served as a law student intern to the United States Attorney’s Office in Chicago.
Prior to law school, Ms. Ding was a consultant at The Boston Consulting Group, where she handled a number of projects including analyzing global supply chain operations for a Japanese pharmaceutical company, conducting primary consumer research to develop a new pricing strategy for a major global fast-food chain, creating progress tracking metrics for the UN Mission for Emergency Ebola Response, and serving as a project manager for implementation of distributor engagement strategy for a U.S. beer supplier.
Representing Ring (an Amazon.com, Inc. subsidiary) in class action lawsuits filed against it arising out of alleged hacking of Ring devices.
Represent a major laboratory in a HHS-OIG investigation of billing and compensation practices related to the Anti-Kickback Statute and the False Claims Act.
Representing the California Institute of Technology in a False Claims Act lawsuit alleging that the Institute defrauded the Department of Energy out of millions of dollars in government funds associated with a renewable energy research program.
Represented Endo Pharmaceuticals in high-profile pharmaceutical litigation both nationwide and in California.