New York Partner Geng Chen and Los Angeles Partner Rohit Nath have both been featured in Bloomberg Law’s series, “They’ve Got Next,” a collection of “young lawyers who took the reins on key client matters early in their careers, earning the confidence of more senior attorneys at their organizations, and raising the bar in their work on behalf of their clients and communities.”
Geng represents plaintiffs and defendants in all types of commercial litigation in federal courts, state courts, and arbitrations across the country. She has amassed an impressive collection of litigation victories and favorable settlements for clients who vary from Fortune 500 industry leaders to classes of unfairly treated plaintiffs in several national class action lawsuits. Geng has secured nearly one billion dollars in relief for her plaintiff clients and protected her defendant clients from hundreds of millions of dollars in potential exposure. Recognized for litigation and tax work in Bloomberg, Geng talks to the publication about the most complicated case she ever won, the most important lesson she learned as a first-year lawyer, and her greatest mentor. Read her interview here.
Rohit Nath Rohit has taken on the country’s biggest companies in courts across the U.S. He has handled disputes in insurance, copyright, patent, breach-of-contract, and real estate. Most recently, Rohit secured hundreds of millions of dollars for plaintiffs in class actions litigation against some of the country’s largest insurance companies for overcharging policyholders. He is also representing low-income tenants’ organizations pro bono as intervenors to defend Covid-19 eviction moratoria across California. These moratoria were a lifeline for tenants who lost income due to the pandemic. For his work here he received Public Counsel’s Pro Bono award. Rohit’s interview with Bloomberg, which includes how he defines success and what is his most proud moment as a lawyer, here.