Han Sheng Beh represents financial institutions and mortgage servicers in a wide variety of litigated foreclosure issues such as the standing of a mortgage backed security trust, predatory lending, and violations of state and federal law concerning mortgage lending. He also defends corporations in consumer and class action litigation based on alleged violations of federal and state statutory regulations such as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the New York General Business Law (NYGBL) and the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (NJCFA) and represents clients in other commercial contract disputes.

Mr. Beh has a background in computer science, engineering and mathematics and is especially equipped to assist with litigation within the arena of computer technology such as e-discovery and metadata. Mr. Beh has been a faculty presenter for the National Business Institute's Continuing Legal Education program Discovery the Invisible Web where he lectured regarding obtaining and protecting data on the internet and using metadata for litigation purposes.

Prior to joining Hinshaw, Mr. Beh represented Fortune 500 financial institutions in contractual disputes, FINRA, SEC, CFBP and other financial regulatory complaints and litigation and also represented a national retailers in general liability and premises liability matters.

Professional Background

During law school, in addition to graduating salutatorian, Mr. Beh was a New York City Bar Association Minority Fellow and a Touro Law Center Faculty Fellow. Mr. Beh participated in the 16th Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition in Vienna, Austria, where his team ranked ninth of 230 worldwide teams. While at law school, he also served as Vice President of the Asian/Pacific American Law Students Association.

He was a recipient of the Touro Merit Scholarship and the Excellent Achievement Scholarship, as well as CALI Awards in Contracts, Civil Procedure, Contracts 2, Constitutional Law, Patent Law, Property 2, Trust and Estates, International Sales and Arbitration, Cyber Crime and International Human Rights. Mr. Beh placed first in the 2008 NYSBA Law Student Initiative Writing Competition EASL Section, and received the 2009 ABA/BNA Award for Excellence in Intellectual Property.

Professional Affiliations

  • Asian American Bar Association of New York, Member, 2013–Present
  • Nassau County Bar Association, Member, 2009–Present
  • National Business Institute, Faculty Presenter


His presentations include:

  • "Find it Fast and Free on the Net, Discover the Invisible Web," National Business Institute CLE, May 2013.


"Applying the Doctrine of Work-for-Hire and Joint Works to Web Site Development," Journal for Arts, Entertainment and Sports Law, New York State Bar Association, Vol. 19, No. 4, Winter/Fall 2008 (republished in 25 Touro L. Rev. 3 (2009) and in One on One, New York State Bar Association, Vol, 30, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2009).

Community/Civic Activities

Asian Pacific American Law Students Association at Touro Law Center, Alumni Liason


J.D., summa cum laude, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, 2009

  •  Class Salutatorian
  •  Research Editor and Staff Member, Touro Law Review

B.S., cum laude, Computer Science, Texas Tech University, 2005