When you’re the top lawyer for a luxury fitness and lifestyle company operating high-end health clubs that attract celebrity clientele throughout the United States, Canada and London, protecting the corporate brand is a top priority.

And a large chunk of that responsibility falls on the shoulders of Yen Chu, general counsel and senior vice president of New York-based Equinox Holdings Inc., which owns SoulCycle, Pure Yoga and other offshoot brands.

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