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Alen Hsu represents startups, multinational businesses and publicly traded companies with respect to domestic and international legal issues. A problem solver and dealmaker, Alen provides strategic guidance to international investors and companies regarding business and real estate matters in the U.S. and abroad, including preparing and negotiating corporate, real estate and commercial contracts. Alen serves as outside general counsel to a number of businesses and advises clients on corporate governance, labor and employment, financing, and acquisitions and sales. He also handles litigation involving business transactions, shareholder disputes, labor and employment, non-competition agreements, real estate, construction, landlord-tenant issues, products liability, class action defense, and bankruptcy and creditors’ rights.
Strategic thinking and sophisticated research have been the keys to Alen’s success handling multimillion dollar lawsuits, appeals and arbitrations on matters arising under the False Claims Act, Sherman Act, Lanham Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, American with Disabilities Act, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, Fair Debt Collections Practices Act and Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Alen has been recognized for his exceptional legal work and involvement in the South Florida community. In 2016, he received the Legal Advisor of the Year Award from Sterling 5, Inc. for his strategic counseling of start-ups and small to mid-sized businesses. In 2016, Alen was selected to join a select group of attorneys to participate in The Florida Bar Leadership Academy. The following year, Alen was selected to serve on the committee of The Florida Bar Journal and The Florida Bar News Editorial Board, and currently serves on the executive committee. In 2019, he was elected Vice President of Membership of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, which represents the interests of 50,000 attorneys and more than 80 national, state, and local Asian Pacific American bar associations.
Alen is proficient in spoken Mandarin-Chinese and Taiwanese.
Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law School, J.D., 2008
University of Florida, B.S., Business Management, 2002
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