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Michael Y. Lu

Michael Lu represents clients in complex commercial litigation matters in federal and state courts throughout the country, as well as before arbitral tribunals and government agencies. His practice focuses on class action defense, breach of contract disputes, complex labor and employment matters, and unfair competition and antitrust cases on behalf of a diverse array of leading corporations. He has extensive experience handling all aspects of the civil litigation process, from drafting winning dispositive motions to overseeing complex discovery, and has successfully represented clients in several high-stakes, bet-the-company cases at both the trial and appellate levels. He also has significant experience representing clients in non-U.S. jurisdictions, where he has provided counseling across a broad spectrum of litigation and regulatory matters.

In addition to his work on behalf of corporate clients, Michael is actively involved in a number pro bono initiatives. He has successfully represented disabled veterans before the Board of Veterans’ Appeals and the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims. He has also worked in partnership with leading non-profit organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union to bring impact litigation on behalf of low-income and disadvantaged communities throughout the nation. 

Prior to joining Call & Jensen, Michael was an associate in the New York and Los Angeles offices of a major international law firm, where his practice focused on complex commercial and multi-jurisdictional litigation. He received his Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of California, Berkeley, and earned his Juris Doctor from NYU Law School, where he served as an Executive Editor of the N.Y.U. Annual Survey of American Law, externed and completed clinical studies at the Manhattan federal prosecutor’s office, and was a summer legal fellow at the United Nations. He is admitted to practice in both California and New York.

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