Lyndhurst, NJ (MMD Newswire) July 24, 2012 -- Scarinci Hollenbeck is pleased to welcome a new attorney and partner, Charles Yuen, to the firm effective July 23, 2012. Mr. Yuen brings with him several years of experience and will be tasked with leading Scarinci Hollenbeck's Insurance Recovery and Liability Group. He will operate in the firm's New York and Lyndhurst offices.
"The addition of Charles Yuen to our growing firm is a strong asset. We welcome his unparalleled level of skill, knowledge and work ethic to Scarinci Hollenbeck," said Managing Partner Kenneth Hollenbeck.
Charles Yuen is well known in insurance coverage circles, having been involved in client recovery of over $1 billion in insurance coverage. His previous work has involved complex multijurisdictional insurance and reinsurance coverage lawsuits and breaches of various corporate contracts. Further, he has been actively involved in resolving legal disputes implicating corporate, RICO, qui tam, hospital, privacy, ERISA, environmental, professional, securities, commercial, regulatory, insolvency, and bankruptcy law. He has worked on trademark and patent law as well as issues of damages and equitable relief, including temporary restraints and preliminary and permanent injunctions.
His firm understanding of legal procedures and complexities has afforded him the opportunity to serve a range of national and international clients. This list includes energy companies in Texas, Utah and France; pharmaceutical businesses in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania; manufacturers based in England, Turkey, Ireland, New York, and Connecticut, as well as a bank in Germany.
"I am thrilled to take on the new prospects and challenges that Scarinci Hollenbeck has offered," Yuen said. "This firm has set an industry standard for excellence."
Mr. Yuen is admitted to practice law in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut and in various federal courts therein. He regularly publishes articles related to insurance and serves on the Board of Editors of the American Bar Association's Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Law Journal. He also sits as co-chair of an ABA insurance subcommittee.