Tony K. Lu is a member of Dentons’ Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice. Tony has broad experience handling all aspects of litigation, from pre-suit investigations through discovery, trial, mediations, and arbitrations in state and federal court.
He concentrates his practice in the areas of trade secret and commercial litigation. Tony has also represented multi-national companies in the defense of products liability matters in the automotive, consumer appliance, and pharmaceutical industries.
He has particular experience and knowledge with the Massachusetts Consumer Protection Act and its application to products liability claims arising out of aircraft crashes.
Tony is a graduate of the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) Trial Academy held at Stanford Law School. He is proficient in Cantonese and also conversant in Mandarin.
- University of Connecticut School of Law, 2010, JD, Editorial board of the Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal
- Skidmore College, 2005, BA, cum laude
Admissions and qualifications:
- US District Court for the District of Massachusetts
Activities and Affiliations:
- Board member, Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts, 2011–present
- Boston Bar Association
Prior to joining Dentons, Tony was an associate at Campbell, Campbell, Edwards & Conroy PC. Previously, he worked alongside Special Master Hon. Charles B. Swartwood III (Ret.), appointed by the US secretary of Commerce, on a long-term investigation into cases of law enforcement misconduct against the fishing industry.
Tony gained valuable trial and appellate experience while serving as a summer intern at the United States Attorney’s Office and also served as an extern in the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office: Appeals and Training Bureau.
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