Leading Los Angeles AUSA Vicki Chou Joins Hueston Hennigan

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Hueston Hennigan is pleased to announce that Vicki Chou has joined as Of Counsel. Ms. Chou, a seasoned trial and appellate attorney, most recently served as a Deputy Chief in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Central District of California.

“Vicki has earned a reputation as a dynamic trial lawyer with years of experience both as a prosecutor and in private practice,” said managing partner Brian Hennigan. “Vicki’s extensive trial experience combined with her civil litigation credentials will offer clients yet another unique dimension and capacity in our national trial work,” said John Hueston.

Ms. Chou served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Central District of California where she was most recently a Deputy Chief in the General Crimes Section. She represented the United States in hundreds of criminal cases, including computer and internet fraud, intellectual property, money laundering, bank fraud, tax fraud, and racketeering offenses. Many of her matters involved high level, international coordination. She has successfully tried numerous cases as lead counsel. She has also won every one of her appeals before the Ninth Circuit.

“I was drawn to Hueston Hennigan’s stellar reputation, its disruptive approach to litigation, and the fact that they consistently handle the most important cases for some of the nation’s leading businesses and institutions” said Ms. Chou. “I am excited about working with some of the best and brightest lawyers in the country.”

About Hueston Hennigan

Recognized as a national “Top 20 Trial Law Firm,” Hueston Hennigan focuses on high-profile, high-stakes disputes in forums across the country, amassing an extraordinary record of precedent-setting victories. Our firm has been repeatedly recognized nationally as a “go-to firm for bet-the-farm litigation” by Chambers, and a “Top 10 Boutique” in the U.S. by Benchmark Litigation. Our attorneys are consistently considered the best lawyers in the United States and California.