Richard Lee is a founder and Co-Managing Partner of Salisian | Lee LLP. He focuses his practice on complex business litigation, real estate matters, and general business formation and development for clients in California and beyond.
Representing businesses and entrepreneurs spanning an array of industries and business sectors, Mr. Lee is equally adept in the courtroom as he is in negotiation toward settlement and alternative and informal dispute resolution. With years of legal practice at large, highly-regarded international, national, and regional firms behind him, his experience spans breach of contract claims, business torts, insurance recovery work, real estate disputes, bankruptcy proceedings, software and technology licensing, construction and mechanic’s lien claims, unfair competition claims, and employment-related issues.
Yujin Chun is a litigation associate at Salisian|Lee LLP. Ms. Chun focuses her practice on representing Southern California-based businesses and individuals across a wide variety of matters. Prior to Salisian|Lee, Ms. Chun gained valuable experience working for litigation boutique firms in both California and New York, as well as for several public interest organizations.
Ms. Chun received her J.D. from Cornell Law School. While there, she was an editor of the Cornell International Law Journal and served on both the Cornell Moot Court Board and Mock Trial Board. During her time in law school, she served as an extern for the Honorable Suzanne H. Segal of the Central District of California. Ms. Chun also worked as a law clerk and later volunteer attorney at the Legal Aid Society of Orange County. Also in the course of her legal studies, Ms. Chun worked for Cornell Law’s appellate immigration clinic, for which she successfully appealed an asylum case to the Board of Immigration Appeals. She received her B.A. from Duke University, graduating magna cum laude and with Highest Distinction.
Ms. Chun is admitted to practice law in the state of California and to appear before the United States District Court for the Central District of California. She is fluent in Korean.