Doris Cheung concentrates her practice in the area of complex insurance fraud and healthcare litigation with an emphasis on Anti-Kickback Laws, Anti-Money Laundering, and Improper Licensing Regulations.
Doris has extensive experience in drafting pleadings, discovery motions, dispositive motions, and appellate briefs, and conducting depositions of key defendants and fact witnesses. She is adept in effective case management through the use of specialized legal technology.
Prior to joining Norris McLaughlin, Doris was a litigation associate for a firm specializing in plaintiffs’ work on behalf of a Fortune 100 insurance company. She was a member of a trial litigation team that recovered $10 million in damages in favor of their client in a bench trial. Doris was instrumental in preventing her adversary from dissipating $3 million in assets during litigation through the pursuit of a Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act claim. Doris has also written summary judgment motions that resulted in a $3 million settlement in favor of her client.
After graduating from law school, Doris clerked for the Honorable Judge Kathryn A. Brock, J.S.C., of the Union County Superior Court in the Family Division. During law school, Doris served as a clinical student in the Child Advocacy Clinic and the Urban Legal Clinic, where she represented, counseled, and provided post-dispositional representation for juvenile clients. She also served as a law clerk at Legal Services of New Jersey, assisting counsel in legal research and community outreach for low-income residents of the state.