MIAMI - June 29, 2016 - Stella Chu, an associate in the Miami office of Rumberger, Kirk and Caldwell, has been elected to the Dade County Bar Association Board of Directors. The Board is the policy making body of the organization and consists of 35 voting members.
Chu is an experienced litigator concentrating on the representation of clients involving mass torts and premise liability matters. She provides assistance with the management of thousands of asbestos cases in Miami-Dade County. Chu's experience includes providing service to clients manufacturing a spectrum of products including gaskets and packing, boilers, aircraft engines, and diesel engines.
Prior to joining the firm, Chu represented several international vertical transportation companies on a variety of product liability and commercial matters. She also has extensive labor and employment experience having represented individuals and private and public sector employee labor unions.
Prior to joining Rumberger, Chu interned for Judge William M. Hoeveler in Miami. She earned a juris doctor for the University of Miami School of Law and a bachelor of arts degree in English from the University of California.
The Dade County Bar Association was incorporated in 1920 to serve the lawyers of this county, to promote the administration of justice, to enhance attorney professionalism, and to cultivate positive relationships among all members of the Bar.
Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell provides litigation and counseling services in a wide range of civil practice areas including product liability, commercial litigation, construction, real estate, intellectual property litigation, securities litigation , labor and employment law, bankruptcy, insurance coverage, professional liability and administrative law. Offices are located in Orlando, Tampa, Miami, Tallahassee and Birmingham, Alabama. For more information, please visit www.rumberger.com.