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Mr. Lin, Associate Attorney, represents insurance carriers, self-insured employers and public entities in all aspects of workers’ compensation, from inception of the case to resolution. Freddo is also licensed by the New York State Bar Association.
Before joining the firm, Freddo was a Legal Assistant with Aeroscraft Corporation in Montebello, assisting the in-house counsel for the FAA-certified manufacturer of airships and aerostats. He was involved with financing laws and issues of compliance required by the state Department of Financial Protection and Innovation. He conducted research on commercial foreclosure and matters pertaining to the company’s noncitizen employees, and worked on employment contracts. At AI Law Inc. in San Jose, Freddo was a Legal Analyst involved in various matters for the legal tech cloud-based platform, including documents related to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. He devised client intake questionnaires, examined portal use, and organized interviews with outside counsel for user retention.
As a Legal Intern at King & Wood Mallesons in Menlo Park, Freddo assisted senior attorneys for the global business firm with multimillion-dollar financial transactions, conducted research and participated in international arbitration proceedings. Before moving to California, Freddo worked as a Legal Intern for Zhong Lun Law Firm in New York, assisting its corporate practitioners in revising merger agreements.
Freddo received his Juris Doctor degree from Boston College Law School in Newton, Massachusetts, where he was a Member of the Business Law Society, a Student Extern for the Middlesex County District Attorney, a Mentor for first-year students and a Participant in the Client Counseling Competition. He received his undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. He was on the Dean’s List, and was a Member of Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity. He also studied abroad in London.
Freddo brings a refreshingly wry perspective to his job, claiming that he wanted to be a lawyer “because I live under a reasonable person standard.” (He’s a fan of motorcycling, so of course we question his concept of “reasonable.”) During other interludes away from the office, Freddo pursues a variety of action sports — mountain biking, snowboarding, soccer and scuba diving — that help him atone for his affection for Popeyes fried chicken. His cat, Er-by, means “200” in Chinese, and we leave it up to you to find out why.
Freddo is fluent in Mandarin.