Rich Wu is an associate attorney in the Orange County office. He is focused on workers’ compensation defense on behalf of employers, insurance companies, and third-party administrators. Rich prides himself on his open communication, relentless efforts to move files forward and his attentiveness to clients needs.
Rich was admitted to the California Bar in 2013. Prior to joining Albert and Mackenzie, his practice concentrated on civil litigation, criminal defense, and mediation where he successfully defended criminal preliminary hearings and won civil motions. He then worked as an associate for a small workers’ compensation defense firm in Brea, California.
Rich attended John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. He received his Juris Doctor from the Dale E. Fowler School of Law at Chapman University. While at Chapman, he actively participated in the school’s acclaimed Mediation Clinic and Moot Court Honors Board. Rich was a national semi-finalist at the Thomas Tang Moot Court competition, and also received second overall best brief in the nation honors.
Workers’ Compensation, 132A, civil litigation, criminal defense, mediation
Chapman University, Dale E. Fowler School of Law - Juris Doctor
John Jay College of Criminal Justice – B.A. in Political Science
State Bar of California