Paige Cheung helps to defend the firm’s corporate and manufacturing clients in complex product liability litigation and personal injury matters in the pharmaceutical, medical device, automotive and technology industries. Case teams count on Paige for her attention to detail and enthusiasm when working to resolve allegations that she is defending.
Paige is a skilled writer who authors and revises motions in federal and state courts, including motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, discovery motions, and various non-dispositive motions. No stranger to all the elements that go into case workup pre-trial, she drafts discovery requests and responses, deposes witnesses, and provides detailed legal analysis to clients.
Prior to joining Bowman and Brooke, Paige worked as an Assistant Attorney General at the Office of the Attorney General of Texas, where she represented clients in matters involving sales and use tax, franchise tax, unemployment benefits, and wage claims. Paige also represented the state against constitutional challenges to funding for Texas’ sexual assault program fund.
In her free time, Paige enjoys traveling, playing with her dog, exploring the local food scene, and spending time with friends and family.