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Cyndie Chang is the LA Managing Partner of Duane Morris handling complex litigation involving business torts, real estate, trademarks, class actions, and products liability. She also handles insurance coverage claims involving environmental, asbestos, and toxic torts.  Her service has spanned industries including retail and consumer goods, manufacturing, utilities, and telecommunications. Cyndie has obtained favorable results as first chair at trial and arbitration.  She is a Past President of NAPABA and the Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association (SCCLA). She has been recognized as one of the Most Influential Minority Lawyers and Leader in the Law by the LA Business Journal, a Top 50 Women Lawyers by Southern California Super Lawyers, Top 100 California Women Lawyer by the Daily Journal, a NAPABA 2010 “Best Lawyers under 40”, and a 2013 “Lawyer on the Fast Track” by the Recorder.  In 2016, Best Lawyers Magazine profiled Cyndie as one of 15 women in the legal profession leading the charge for achievements in the practice and policy, locally and nationally.  She was also an ABA-TIPS Leadership Academy graduate and inaugural Fellow to the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (LCLD).  She and her firm received the 2014 annual Pro Bono Service Award from Asian Americans Advancing Justice, LA.  Cyndie graduated with honors from Johns Hopkins and Loyola Law School, LA. 

Office Managing Partner
Duane Morris LLP
865 S. Figureoa St., Suite 3100
Los Angeles, CA, US 90017

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Areas of Practice



Represent various Businesses, including Fortune 500 companies, public entities, insurance companies, restaurants, retailers, manufacturers of consumer products, automobile companies, and financial institutions.

Leadership Positions

National Asian Pacific American Bar Association ("NAPABA") Past President and Executive Officer; Southern Cal. Chinese Lawyers Association Past President; ABA-TIPS Business Litigation Vice-Chair; Loyola Law School Board of Directors; Board member of Non-Profit Asian Pacific Community Fund; Duane Morris LLP Partners Board member

Law School

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

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