Kaitlyn Q. Chang


Kaitlyn Chang is an associate at CTSC Law and focuses her practice on matters involving civil litigation, with a concentration in the areas of employment law, complex litigation, class and collective action defense and general liability. 

Prior to joining CTSC, Ms. Chang was an associate attorney with national law firms, where she represented clients in business disputes, focusing on real estate, creditor’s rights, banking regulations, credit reporting laws, title and escrow disputes, general and professional liability.     

Ms. Chang received her Bachelor of Science degree in Real Estate, Finance and Law from California State University, Long Beach, in 2004 where she graduated cum laude. Ms. Chang received her law degree from Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale in 2007. While in law school, Ms. Chang was the president of the National Asian Pacific American Law Association and a recipient of a Public Interest Scholarship. Her goal as an attorney has always been to provide practical legal advice with the exercise of sound judgment and analytical skills to obtain the results that benefit the client

J.D., Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, FL

B.S., Real Estate, Finance & Law, California State University, Long Beach

United States Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal, United States District Court and Bankruptcy Court for the Central, Northern, Southern, and Eastern District of California

Obtained summary judgment in favor of loan servicer defendant on all of plaintiffs’ claims for breach of contract, unfair, unlawful and fraudulent business practices, negligence, and violation of Civil Code sections 2924.11 and 2924.17, promissory estoppel, and punitive damages.

Representation of financial institutions in an appeal in the Ninth Circuit involving issues concerning an order dismissing the financial institutions and an order denying plaintiff’s motion for reconsideration. Obtained an affirmance of the orders from the court on appeal.

American Bar Association, Orange County Bar Association and Orange County Asian American Bar Association