Welcome to Han & De Leon

Han & De Leon is a boutique law firm of dedicated, top-notch attorneys, all of whom were trained at some of the top law schools and law firms in the U.S. We are known for our commitment to our clients, the quality of our work, and our ability to achieve results.

Our practice areas include employment litigation, civil litigation, civil rights litigation and business law. We have helped individuals, families, non-profits, cooperatives and small to mid-sized businesses with their legal needs.

Because we agree to represent only persons in whose causes we firmly believe, we form close bonds with our clients and work extremely hard to achieve outstanding results for them. We seek justice for our clients who have been wronged or whose rights have been violated.


“Han & De Leon helped me win a big settlement against a Fortune 100 company. Feels great to see David beat Goliath once again.”
Han & De Leon Client, 2013

“I have had several attorneys throughout the years. Nobody has worked harder for me than Han & De Leon. They’re extremely bright, they get things done right, and the quality of their work is excellent. I couldn’t be happier with their services.”
Han & De Leon Client, 2013

Why Han & De Leon?

  • Outstanding quality
  • Consistently delivers for clients
  • Cares about my future
  • Will work hard on my case
  • Trained at top US law schools
  • Ethical

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