Thomas Vu is an Associate in Selman Breitman’s Los Angeles office and is a member of the firm’s Construction Law, General Liability, and Commercial Litigation practice groups. He represents entrepreneurs, enterprises, and producers in litigation, including cases arising out of alleged construction defects and disputed contracts. Thomas’s clients include real estate developers and contractors. He also has experience representing businesses in litigation that involve emerging industries, as well as commercial and retail undertakings.

Thomas treats his clients and cases with the utmost care and attention, immersing himself into each case and precisely keying into the alleged defect or issue at play. He works closely with business owners and understands that their story plays a critical role in presenting a strong litigation narrative. Thomas worked at UC Davis Design and Construction Management prior to his legal career, where he was able to closely observe multi-million dollar bids and the development of cutting-edge architecture and engineering projects from inception to delivery.

Born in Vietnam, Thomas grew up in Alhambra, and presently resides in Los Angeles. When not helping clients with their legal needs he spends his time following the construction and real estate developments taking place throughout Los Angeles.

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA), Member

Bar Admission



USC Gould School of Law, J.D., 2016

UC Davis, B.A., 2012

Major: History