Linna Chen
Loeb & Loeb LLP.
Linna Chen is an Associate at Loeb & Loeb LLP. Ms. Chen’s practice focuses on general business litigation and intellectual property matters. She also has experience representing individuals and companies in internal investigations and white collar criminal defense and responding to government inquiries, both criminal and civil. Ms. Chen has significant experience representing clients in the music industry, including successful representations for claims of copyright infringement, breach of contract, and other business and commercial disputes. She also has broad experience representing clients in cases involving a broad variety of business torts and contractual disputes. Her clients include music publishers, songwriters, production companies, fashion and apparel companies, other companies ranging from Fortune 500 companies to closely held businesses, as well as high net-worth estates. Ms. Chen has an active white collar criminal defense and investigations practice. She has experience counseling clients in responding to DOJ, SEC, PCAOB, FTC, and NY AG inquiries and investigations, including an SEC investigation into alleged accounting irregularities relating to the largest civilian government contract in the United Kingdom’s history. She also has experience conducting internal investigations related to allegations of accounting fraud, wire fraud, and other related statutory violations. Ms. Chen has also represented and defended individuals charged with wire fraud, insider trading and other related violations in criminal matters. Ms. Chen also maintains an active pro bono practice. She is a member of the Associate Board of Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, the leading legal aid and education organization dedicated to New York artists and its arts and cultural organizations. She works regularly with Lawyers for Children, a non-profit organization that provides free legal representation to children and youth who are victims of abuse and neglect, including winning an appeal before the First Department Appellate Division of New York on behalf of a neglected infant. She has also served as a mentor and coach to high school students in connection with moot court and mock trial competitions.