Chan Park is an associate in the New York office. Chan was admitted to the New York State bar and the United States District Courts, Eastern and Southern Districts in 2013. Her practice is in general liability defense, which includes New York Labor law, civil litigation, property damage, premises liability and personal injury. She received her Bachelor’s of Music degree from The Manhattan School of Music as a classical pianist, and she received her Juris Doctor from Hofstra Law School.
Chan is a member of the New York City Bar Association, the Defense Research Institute, and the Korean American Lawyer’s Association of Greater New York.
Chan’s publications and reported decisions include the following:
Vern R. Walker, Chan Hee Park, Philip H. Hwang, Arthur John, Evgeny I. Krasnov, and Keith Langlais, A Process Approach to Inferences of Causation: Empirical Research from Vaccine Cases in the United States, Law, Probability & Risk (May 2013); Castillo v MTA Bus Co., 2018 NY Slip Op 05134 (2d Dep’t 2018); Aguilar v. Feygin, 151 A.D.3d 798 (2d Dep’t 2017); Rohan v. Turner Constr. Co., 142 A.D.3d 887 (1st Dep’t 2016); Downes v. Arcoleo, 2016 N.Y. Slip Op. 31943(U) (Sup. Ct. Suffolk Cnty. 2016); and Dixon v. Puma, et al., 2017 NY Slip Op 30405(U) (Sup. Ct. Kings Cnty. 2017).
In Chan’s free time, she enjoys reading, Bikram yoga, shopping, running, and cooking. Chan is also learning Spanish, and she is fluent in Korean.