Grace Chun is an Associate attorney at Pearlman & Miranda. She has a unique blend of experience in both litigation and transactional law. At her prior firm, Ms. Chun worked for firm attorneys Stephen B. Pearlman, Deborah S. Verderame and Patricia J. Ryou in the areas of renewable energy, public finance, redevelopment, and horse racing law. Her more recent work has provided Ms. Chun with experience in the area of health law, where she has defended clients with respect to Medicaid audits and assisted in providing counsel to a teaching hospital in New Jersey on transactional, operational, and compliance matters. Ms. Chun also gained experience in administrative law by handling contested cases against state agencies before the Office of Administrative Law.
In addition, Ms. Chun has general litigation experience in civil matters, tort actions, contract disputes and zoning and land use matters and has actively managed and executed all phases of civil litigation before the federal and state courts in New Jersey and New York. Ms. Chun also has extensive experience in state and local public contracts law, where she has represented both private and public clients on procurement issues and public bid awards. Representative matters include challenges to public bid awards and appeals of agency decisions to the Appellate Division.
Ms. Chun served as a law clerk to the Hon. Joseph S. Conte, J.S.C., Civil Division, Superior Court of New Jersey, Bergen County, during the 2009-2010 term. She is certified as a Special Civil Part (Small Claims) Mediator and has mediated numerous cases to amicable settlement. Prior to joining Pearlman & Miranda, she was a litigation associate with a boutique law firm in New Jersey. She currently lives in Denville, New Jersey with her husband, Esmeraldo, and their daughter, Emmy.
District of New Jersey
Southern District of New York
Eastern District of New York
Ethical Considerations for “Deal Counsel”, presented by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education in cooperation with the New Jersey State Bar Association Health Law Section, October 2014
Playing with Numbers: The Use of Extrapolation and Statistical Sampling in Medicare and Medicaid Audits – Legal Authority, presented by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education in cooperation with the New Jersey State Bar Association Health Law Section, May, 2015