In the July 2018 edition of the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Today (LPT), KHF managing member Edward T. Kang is featured in the Meet the Managing Partner column. LPT, a monthly publication of the ABA’s Law Practice Division, is distributed to nearly 500,000 lawyers and law students across the globe each month, including all members of the ABA. This month’s issue is devoted to the theme of diversity and inclusion. Learn more at www.lawpracticetoday.com.
Philadelphia, PA (May 23, 2018): On May 21, 2018 Jacklyn Fetbroyt, Founding Member of Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt, LLC was appointed Co-Chair of the Financial Services Litigation Practice Area Committee (“PAC”) for the National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (“NAMWOLF”).
With this position, Jacklyn looks forward to integrating more deeply into the NAMWOLF community, becoming more involved with members of the Financial Services Litigation PAC, and working with her co-chair, Sarah Oquist of the Minneapolis based Sapientia Law Group, PLLC, to grow the PAC in size and presence.
Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt, LLC joined NAMWOLF, a nonprofit trade association dedicated to promoting diversity in the legal profession, in 2017 along with three of their PACs: Financial Service Litigation, Transaction and Trials.
Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt, a boutique business litigation firm with offices in Philadelphia, PA and Cherry Hill, NJ, congratulates Henry Donner, Of Counsel, for once again being selected among the top ranked construction lawyers in Pennsylvania in the 2018 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.
One of only two Senior Statesmen named for the practice area in Pennsylvania, Chambers calls Donner, “A veteran construction lawyer who is called upon for his deep knowledge and keen insights in contract negotiations, design error issues and labor and employment matters.”
KHF Associate Kandis Kovalsky was recently appointed to two Young Lawyer Division (YLD) leadership positions within the Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA) and the Philadelphia Bar Association. She will serve as the liaison between the Federal Courts Committee and the YLD of the Philadelphia Bar, and as liaison between the YLD and State Civil Litigation sections of the PBA.
In her capacity as liaison to these committees, Kovalsky will attend governing counsels, participate in events, and interact with leadership of these committees within the statewide and city bar associations. She is expected to serve in an important two-way communications role in keeping young lawyers informed of important work in the Federal Courts and statewide civil litigation issues, and providing the committee with insight as to concerns of young attorneys in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania.