Member, RoseWaldorf PLLC
Partner, RoseWaldorf LLP
Brian Yasuzawa is an experienced litigator with a special focus on defending auto manufacturers and dealerships in a variety of commercial and contract litigation. He has considerable experience in cases involving consumer protection laws such as California's Song-Beverly Consumer Warranty Act (California's "lemon law"), fraudulent concealment claims, and claims for civil penalties or punitive damages. Brian has litigated cases across the country in both state and federal courts. As lead trial counsel, he has taken numerous cases to trial, and has also argued a variety of appeals before state appellate courts. In commercial and contract litigation, Brian also has experience representing both individual and corporate interests in complex product liability and toxic tort litigation. This experience has involved variety of stakeholders, including employers, premises owners, manufacturers, and distributors, across a wide range of industries such as automotive, industrial, chemical, and consumer goods.
Brian is licensed to practice in the following states:
Brian is also licensed to practice in the following United States District Courts:
Brian is a member of the Japanese American Bar Association.
Brian graduated from Southwestern University School of Law in 2006. At Southwestern he was a part of the Trial Team (now the Trial Advocacy Honors Program), which included competition at Georgetown University Law Center. During law school, Brian also completed an externship with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California. Brian earned his B.A. in Business Administration from University of Colorado Boulder where he was awarded the Dean's Scholarship.