JAMES C. CHOW
James C. Chow is a partner in the Los Angeles office of Musick, Peeler & Garrett LLP. He practices in the areas of corporate and finance law and has experience in corporate governance, bond and letter of credit financings, mergers and acquisitions, and other general business matters. Mr. Chow has counseled privately held, publicly traded, and nonprofit companies in a broad spectrum of industries throughout their various stages of development.
Mr. Chow also has significant experience in other business-related fields, including complex commercial disputes and insurance coverage and regulation. Mr. Chow authored "Sticks, Stones, and Simple Teasing: The Jurisprudence of Non-cognizable Harassing Conduct in the Context of Title VII Hostile Work Environment Claims," 33 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 133 (November 1999) and co-authored "Close the Deal with Enforceable Offers and Settlements," Association of Business Trial Lawyers Report (Fall 2001 and Spring 2002).
Mr. Chow serves as an instructor in the Legal Studies program of Fremont College and as a member of the Community-Police Advisory Board of the Los Angeles Police Department, Central Division. Prior to the practice of law, he served as a Foreign Teacher in China at Chengdu University of Information Technology, where, in addition to teaching, he lectured at numerous locations including other universities and the United States Consulate. During law school, Mr. Chow served as Senior Articles Editor for Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review.