About Tenley Mochizuki

Tenley Mochizuki leverages her background in insurance and complex commercial litigation to advise clients on the design, implementation and administration of employee benefit plans.

Attentive approach to developing sophisticated benefits plans.

Having spent several years litigating contractual and business disputes, Tenley understands the importance of precise drafting, documentary and regulatory compliance, and practical solutions. Her practice centers on the many federal and state laws that govern employee benefit plans and data privacy and security. With a focus on plan drafting, contracting, compliance, government audits and data breaches, her goal is to prevent clients’ problems before they arise, and to troubleshoot efficiently and gracefully if or when they do.

Tenley completed the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Pathfinder program and maintains an active pro bono practice. She has helped coach the Townsend-Harris High School moot court and mock trial teams every year since joining the firm. While in law school, Tenley participated in the Advocacy for the Elderly Clinic and worked on the Virginia Environmental Law Journal.

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Practice Focus

  • Employee benefits plan design
  • Health and welfare and fringe benefit plan compliance, administration and funding
  • Data privacy and security
  • Litigation