Eric Hsu is an associate in Quinn Emanuel's New York office focused on complex commercial litigation and investigations. He joined the firm in 2013. He has been part of trial teams that obtained record recoveries for defective asset-backed securities on behalf of trustees, insurers and liquidating bankruptcy trusts. He has defended companies in wrongful termination and shareholder claims and conducted personnel and data leak investigations as part of pre-IPO diligence for domestic and foreign entities. Prior to joining Quinn Emanuel he was an editor on the Review of Banking and Financial Law at Boston University Law School, taught legal writing and contract drafting at a law school providing a joint U.S. and Chinese law degree, and worked as a newspaper reporter.
- Boston University School of Law
- Stanford University
(B.A., honors, Humanities)
The State Bar of New York; The State Bar of New Jersey
- “Bonds for Biotech: New ARRA Fund Opportunities," Mass High Tech, August 21, 2009.
- “Downsizing Citigroup: End of an Era for Gramm-Leach-Bliley?’’ 28 Rev. Banking & Fin. L., 404 (2009).