Mark Hsu attended Johns Hopkins and then Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. His proudest achievement during his two-year clerkship for a federal magistrate judge in Las Vegas was that he went to a casino almost every day. How he has managed to live in and practice litigation in New York City for the last 20 years without getting into a fistfight is one of the great feats of human restraint. While he has penned articles for school newspapers, magazines, and various legal publications, Mark's best writing to date has been a 31-page reply, extinguishing each and every one of plaintiff's arguments, in support of a Daubert challenge camouflaged as a motion for summary judgment. Five years later, the judge has yet to render a decision. If you live south of Union Square, you've probably seen him walking his girls to school, on the subway, or in a bar or restaurant. Yeah, that guy!