Regina Wang is an associate in the Century City office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Litigation & Trial Department.

Ms. Wang, a former federal clerk and deputy attorney general, represents businesses in a range of complex commercial disputes in state and federal court. She has successfully represented clients ranging from recently-public companies to large multi-national corporations and government agencies.

Ms. Wang received her JD from Yale Law School, where she served as a Coker Fellow. During law school, she was a student attorney with the Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic and argued at bond hearings in immigration court and in a class action on behalf of immigrant detainees in federal court.

Prior to joining Latham, Ms. Wang worked as a litigation associate at another leading international law firm out of its Silicon Valley office. She previously clerked for Judge Clifton on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and served as a California deputy attorney general in the Public Rights Division.

Ms. Wang's experience includes representing:

  • A real estate lender in the complete dismissal of a shareholder suit alleging misleading disclosures about the threat the COVID-19 pandemic posed to the mortgage market*
  • California agencies in settling disputes with organizations receiving agency funds and permits*
  • A clinical stage bio-technology company and its senior management in a securities lawsuit related to a clinical trial for its flagship drug*
  • A service management software company in a dispute against a competitor related to trade secrets and false advertising*

Bar Qualification

  • California

Education

  • JD, Yale Law School, 2018
  • BA in Geological Sciences, Princeton University, 2014
    magna cum laude