Stacey H. Wang is a commercial litigation attorney in Holland & Knight's Los Angeles office whose practice focuses on complex civil disputes. Ms. Wang has substantial experience in matters involving technology infringement, trade secret theft, real estate development and various financial and business practices. Her experience also includes representing companies and individuals involved in regulatory and criminal investigations. Ms. Wang has served as a volunteer deputy district attorney, trying cases on behalf of the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. She has litigated matters in California state courts and the federal courts of California, Texas, Delaware and Florida.
In the legal community, Ms. Wang has been recognized with the Best Lawyers Under 40 award by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association and multiple times as a Rising Star in Business Litigation by Southern California Super Lawyers magazine. Ms. Wang is a past president of the Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association (SCCLA), one of the oldest Asian-American bar associations in the country, and a former board member of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association (APABA). She has served on the American Bar Association (ABA) Litigation Section's Federal Practice Task Force, which initiates and considers revisions to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
Within Holland & Knight, Ms. Wang was selected to participate in the firm's "Rising Stars" program (2014) and named the litigation Chesterfield Smith Fellow (2011). She currently serves as the Public and Charitable Service partner for the Los Angeles office and the firmwide pro bono coordinator for cases referred by Kids in Need of Defense, a pro bono initiative that aims to provide legal representation to unaccompanied children in removal proceedings. She also chairs the firm's Asian/Pacific Islander Affinity Group, sits on the Diversity Council and is a member of the firm's Diversity and Inclusion Engagement Initiative.
Ms. Wang was a judicial extern to the Honorable Margaret M. Morrow of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. She also served as a state bar-certified extern for the Civil Licensing Section of the California Attorney General's Office, where she prosecuted civil licensing disciplinary actions. Other law school activities include being selected to compete in Vienna, Austria, in the Willem C. Vis International Moot Arbitration competition and serving as the chief copy (articles) editor for the Loyola of Los Angeles International & Comparative Law Review.