In October 2018, Susan, as lead trial counsel, secured a complete reversal of a medical license suspension recommendation for a preeminent chief surgeon at a major medical institution in the country. This case involved extensive investigation and analysis of uncorroborated evidence, as well as witness inconsistencies and statements, all of which helped prove the recommendation was not founded.
In August 2018, an international company and executive officer sought Susan’s help in petitioning the INS for approval of an intracompany transferee executive’s L-1A, which was denied. Susan had less than 14 days to review and analyze nearly 5 years’ worth of records, interview all pertinent witnesses and prepare and file an evidentiary petition. In January 2019, [read more]
LITIGATION COMMENTARY & REVIEW: California Fellow Susan Yu Has Judge Dismiss Felony Sexual Assault Charges Against Car Racer Litigation Commentary & Review (June/July 2010) For 3 years, the Ventura County California District Attorney's Office remained steadfast about prosecuting a 34-year-old sprint car racer, Ronnie Case. Mr. Case was charged with 5 felony counts of sexual [read more]
Judge Moves to Dismiss Charges Against Sprint Car Racer By Raul Hernandez - April 14, 2010 Criminal charges against 34-year-old sprint car racer Ronnie Case of Camarillo were dismissed today at Ventura County Superior Court. Judge Bruce Young moved to dismiss the sexual assault charges after prosecutor Thomas Dunlevy told the court that the District [read more]
August 11, 2009 | Peter Y. Hong A Beverly Hills real estate agent to the stars and an appraiser were convicted Monday on federal charges of conspiracy and bank fraud for their roles in a multimillion-dollar Westside real estate fraud ring, but jurors couldn't reach a verdict on another prominent agent accused of being part [read more]
Susan Yu exonerated a prominent Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, who was accused of multiple counts of sexual harassment, lack of informed consent, and other related violations, after more than two weeks of trial before the California Medical Board in Los Angeles, CA.
Susan C. Yu was the Keynote Speaker on "Controversy" at Harvard Law School's National Asian Pacific American Conference in March 2006. Susan discussed her life experiences, "struggles," "obstacles," and personal triumphs as they related to the many high-stakes cases she litigated and tried. Many lawyers, law students, law professors, and other participants from across the [read more]