Mr. Sun maintains a broad practice representing major corporations in matters ranging from complex commercial litigation, class action defense, and intellectual property disputes. He has substantial experience managing all aspects of the litigation process and regularly appears in court, argues motions, and takes depositions to obtain favorable results for his clients. Most recently, Mr. Sun served as lead counsel on a complex business dispute concerning the Rosenthal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act where he succeeded in getting the case dismissed with prejudice.
In representing his clients, Mr. Sun draws from his significant experience examining complex economic relationships, planning corporate organizational structures, and preparing sophisticated financial models. Before beginning his legal career, he spent four years at Deloitte Tax LLP as a Global Transfer Pricing Manager. In that role, he assisted Fortune 500 companies in evaluating prices charged between related business entities for the provision of goods, services, and intellectual property rights.
Mr. Sun also has an active pro bono practice with a focus on criminal justice matters. He is currently collaborating with the ACLU in a First Amendment challenge to California’s death penalty.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Sun clerked for the Honorable Jill Pryor of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and for the United States Attorney’s Office in San Francisco. He graduated from Harvard Law School, where he served as Executive Director of the Prison Legal Assistance Project, an organization dedicated to representing Massachusetts prisoners in their parole and disciplinary hearings. While in law school, Mr. Sun also competed in Harvard’s prestigious Ames Moot Court Competition, where he finished as a semi-finalist.
Downey v. Public Storage and Perez v. Public Storage
We are defending the United States’ largest self-storage operator, Public Storage, in two class actions filed in California alleging violations of Business & Professions Code Section 17200 and the Consumer Legal Remedies Act. Both matters are pending in Los Angeles Superior Court.