Mary graduated from Loyola University School of Law (Los Angeles) in 1976, where she was on the staff of the Loyola Law Review, authoring a Note and Comment on Blue Chip Stamps v. Manor Drug Stores, 421 U.S. 723 (1975), and its analysis of the standing requirement for private causes of action under Rule 10b-5. She received her Bachelor’s degree from UCLA in 1971. She became a partner in the firm of Cheong & Denove in 1977, where she handles the day to day management of the firm, as well as specializing in appellate work, primarily in the area of tort law.
For a number of years, Mary has been an issues editor of The Advocate, a magazine published monthly by the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles. Her issues have dealt primarily with the area of products liability and accident reconstruction techniques. She is a member of that association, as well as the Consumer Attorneys of California, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, California Women Lawyers, and Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles. She is a past president of the Cowboy Lawyers Association, where she currently serves as secretary. Mary’s interests outside the practice include horseback riding and breeding and raising Morgan horses.
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