Henna H. Choi, Esq.

Henna Choi is a prolific litigator who devotes her practice exclusively to representing employees in various workplace disputes, including wage-and-hour disputes, wrongful termination, workplace discrimination and retaliation, hostile work environment, accommodation processes and medical leaves, in state and federal courts and in arbitration. 

 

Ms. Choi brings a strong background in employment law to LOYR, APC and takes pride in advocating on behalf of those who have been wronged in the workplace.  She is an advocate for the people, who works tirelessly to achieve the best results for her clients.  Prior to joining LOYR, APC, Ms. Choi worked at a boutique class action law firm and managed her own firm for four years.  She has successfully litigated cases from pre-litigation to trial and has recovered tens of millions of dollars on behalf of her clients.  She also is an experienced negotiator having resolved cases through mediation and settlement negotiations at all stages of litigation. 

 

Ms. Choi received her law degree from UC Hastings College of the Law in 2015, where she was a member of the Hastings Moot Court Team and a teaching assistant for Hastings Legal Writing and Research and Moot Court programs during her second and third years of law school.  She also served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal during her final year of law school.  Ms. Choi also served as a Wage Counselor and volunteered her time with the Legal Aid Society – San Francisco during all three years of law school to help low-wage workers recover unpaid and underpaid wages.  Ms. Choi received her undergraduate degree from UCLA in 2009, with a major in History and a minor in Philosophy.

 

When she is not practicing, Ms. Choi enjoys traveling to other parts of California, Hawaii, New York City, Asia, and Europe.  Ms. Choi also enjoys cooking, wine tasting, eating at food halls and food trucks, fine dining, and spending time with her loved ones.

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