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Ronald defends clients in toxic tort lawsuits and commercial litigation.

Ronald discovered a fascination with the law in college when he began reading legal textbooks from front to back. He loves legal theory and applying the logic of the law to various cases, and he’s passionate about the opportunities for research and logical argument development that litigation presents.

Ronald began his career at a public entity defense firm where he represented local government, honing his litigation abilities in cases filed against various Los Angeles government entities. He defended civil rights and personal injury claims in both state and federal court and became extensively familiar with the discovery and trial preparation processes. However, he knew his preference as an MBA graduate was to represent businesses, and Ronald eventually joined Husch Blackwell out of his desire to work closely with corporate clients.

Today, Ronald represents clients across various industries, including the automotive, safety, construction and pharmaceutical sectors, in asbestos claims and other business litigation cases. He frequently works with expert witnesses and firm’s network of subject-matter experts to develop defenses consistent with medical science.

Thanks to his business education, Ronald is known for his understanding of client business goals, needs and motivations. He readily grasps the client perspective and works to tailor his litigation strategies to fit clients’ unique business situations.




  • J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law
  • M.B.A., University of California, Riverside
  • B.A., University of California, Davis


  • California


  • Cantonese, conversational
2023 Pro Bono Contributor
  • Drafted and argued 100+ Pitchess discovery oppositions on behalf of Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Probation Department and District Attorney investigators.
  • Defended Los Angeles government entities in civil rights and personal injury claims in state and federal court.
  • Responded to allegations of prosecutorial misconduct against Deputy District Attorneys and assisted in preparation for testimony.
  • Assisted in drafting of appellate briefs and writs.
Outside the Office

Ronald is a cinema buff who loves movies not only for their entertainment value, but also for their cinematography. He enjoys analyzing how films are shot and directed and is passionate about diving into what makes a director’s movies work. He names Quentin Tarantino, Edgar Wright, David Fincher and Christopher Nolan as his favorite directors.

A musician who learned to play several instruments as a child, Ronald also loves the arts. He enjoys attending symphony and orchestra concerts and visiting Los Angeles’s many museums and cultural attractions.

Community Leadership

As a graduate student, Ronald volunteered with Cinema Culturas, a nonprofit organization focused on community development and K-12 education. The group produces film festivals for students and encourages them to develop digital storytelling skills.