Minh-Van Do is a complex commercial litigator with trial and appellate experience in both state and federal court. Minh-Van is also an experienced white-collar defense attorney and has represented individuals and large institutions in government investigations. She also has substantial experience in banking and finance litigation, and has represented many well-known banks in various matters. She has represented numerous global financial institutions in disputes involving breach of contract, fraud, and federal securities violations.
- Obtained a multi-million dollar jury verdict on behalf of a California bank in a lawsuit involving fraud, breach of contract, and negligence claims.
- Obtained favorable settlement on behalf of medical clinics and physician in suits involving conversion, fraud, breach of contract, and receivership.
- Represented Deutsche Bank AG in a breach of contract claim involving complex foreign-exchange trading and related actions alleging alter-ego and fraudulent conveyance claims against a closely-held corporation.
- Represented Deutsche Bank AG in a federal class action suit alleging violations of the Securities Act of 1933 in securities offerings.
- Represented a Credit Suisse subsidiary in fraud claims concerning the selection and valuation of collateral debt obligations.
- Represented the independent Monitor of Toyota in relation to a Deferred Prosecution Agreement involving violations of federal vehicle-safety reporting requirements.
- Represented former executive of a financial institution in relation to a federal investigation into potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
- Represented HSBC in a federal investigation concerning anti-money laundering violations.
Prior to joining Miller Barondess, Minh-Van was a litigation associate at Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP. Minh-Van received her Juris Doctorate at Cornell Law School. She graduated summa cum laude from UCLA where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a minor in Political Science.