One of the most exciting aspects of practicing law is the chance to work on new and different assignments, sometimes on a daily basis. Because every case and client is unique, there’s always the challenge of brainstorming a tailor-made strategy for resolving each matter.
Ms. Hsieh concentrates her practice in commercial litigation. She has growing experience in the areas of trusts and estates, employment, and construction litigation, including work on behalf of clients in the building industry and academic sector. Ms. Hsieh's experience also encompasses providing support in a lengthy arbitration involving a closely held business management dispute.
Honors & Awards
- Recipient of the Committee Chair Award as Mixed Use Developers Affiliate from the New Jersey Builders Association (2017)
- Listed in Super Lawyers – New Jersey Rising Stars (a Thomson Reuters business) in the Business Litigation practice area (2018 - 2019)
- Designated a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar while attending law school, in recognition of superior academic achievement
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Extensive responsibilities in defending a large public entity in a New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) and Consciences Employee Protection Act (CEPA) case tried to verdict in New Jersey Superior Court. Specific roles included preparing numerous witnesses for the four-week trial, researching and analyzing complex legal issues, and assisting with pre-trial and dispositive motion practice.
- In December 2017, Ms. Hsieh testified before the New Jersey Senate Community and Urban Affairs Committee regarding proposed legislation (S3499) that would allow a full or partial credit to be applied towards a water/sewer connection fee payment based upon a previous payment of a connection fee and/or history of service charge payments, as well as establish a reduced connection fee for all affordable housing projects. The purpose of the legislation is focused on facilitating redevelopment by mandating that only the delta of fees should be paid where there was a prior use of property and the property had been paying into the sewer or water systems. Hsieh and GRSD partner Robert Goldsmith worked closely with the New Jersey Builders Association and the Association of Environmental Authorities for over two years to draft this legislation.
- Member, Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey
- Member, Asian Pacific American Lawyers Association of New Jersey
- Member, New Jersey Supreme Court District Ethics Committee for District VIII (Middlesex County), which is charged with investigating and prosecuting alleged violations of attorney ethics rules by members of the New Jersey Bar
- Former legal intern for the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice (2010)
More Activities & Experience
- While attending law school, Ms. Hsieh was a member of The Columbia Journal of European Law (2010-2011)
Presentations & Speaking Engagements
- Panelist, Legislative and Regulatory UpdateSponsor: NJBA Conference Area, September 21, 2018
Publications & Alerts
- Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP Client Alert, March 26, 2020
- Co-Author, Statutory Water & Sewer Connection Fee Credit System Offers Significant Savings for New Jersey RedevelopersGreenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP 2019 Real Estate Update:Trending Issues & Topics of Interest, March 19, 2019
- Co-Author, Governor Murphy Signs Legislation Granting Sewer and Water Connection Fee Credits to DevelopersGreenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP Client Alert, August 2018
- Co-Author, Exploring the Potential Application of “Credits” Towards Water or Sewer Connection Fees in New Jersey Redevelopment ProjectsDimensions, newsletter of the New Jersey Builders Association, Spring 2015
- New Jersey Law Journal, March 16, 2015