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Kang Haggerty attorneys Edward Kang, Kandis Kovalsky and Jackie Fetbroyt will be attending the National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF) conference starting this weekend in San Antonio, Texas. It is NAMWOLF’s first in-person meeting since 2020, and more than 250 attorneys are registered to attend the Driving Diversity Leadership Conference. If you will be there, please be sure to say hello and consider attending one of the continuing legal education programs that we are participating in.

Edward will serve on a panel presented by the Trials PAC, How to Navigate Multi-Party Litigation – the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. On behalf of the Transactional PAC, Jackie will once again present her popular real estate CLE, From Brick and Mortar to Change or Mortem: The Transformation and Redevelopment of Malls’ Dead Space.

Presented by Jacklyn Fetbroyt and Sharon Lewonski at the 2022 NAMWOLF Driving Diversity Leadership Conference.

Join the Transactional PAC for a discussion regarding the failure of traditional malls in America, including its causes, trends in redevelopment plans (from Mega Churches to Experiential Entertainment and Lifestyle Centers), actions of local governments, developers, and retailers, and the role of the real estate lawyer in the overhaul and redevelopment process.

A good contract is more than an outline of expectations between parties, it sets the foundation for the business relationship. It also serves as a reference in the event of misunderstandings and disputes. Kang Haggerty founding member Jackie Fetbroyt will serve as a faculty member for the upcoming National Business Institute seminar on December 6, 2021 – Advanced Business Contracts: Secrets Only the Top Attorneys Know. This online event focuses on refining attorneys’ contract drafting skills and negotiation strategies that will ensure the best possible outcomes for their clients. To learn more about the NBI seminar or to register, click here.

Malls are seemingly at the epicenter of the business news cycle each day, from COVID-related shopping limitations to chain store bankruptcies and slowed real estate transactions. Kang Haggerty founding member Jackie Fetbroyt serves as moderator and panelist for the plenary session of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s Annual Real Estate Institute on December 4th, 2020 — From Brick and Mortar to Change or Mortem: The Transformation and Redevelopment of Malls’ Dead Space, featuring a discussion regarding the failing of traditional malls in America, including its causes, trends in redevelopment plans (from Mega Churches to Experiential Entertainment and Lifestyle Centers), actions of local governments, developers, and retailers, and the role of the real estate lawyer in the overhaul and redevelopment process. To learn more about the CLE program and to register, click here.

On Wednesday, May 27th Kang Haggerty Member Jacklyn Fetbroyt joins fellow DAA Board Members Frank Plum, Workplace HCM and Marie Manley, Hardenbergh Insurances to present Reopening Playbook: Changes to your Business Post-Pandemic.

Doctor’s Advisory Alliance is a group of business professionals in the Greater Philadelphia area that are dedicated to changing the way doctors and dentists are serviced in their professional and personal lives.  Its goal is to fundamentally change the way doctors do business, allowing them to spend their time doing what they love, practicing medicine. We hold regular events throughout the Greater Philadelphia Area. These events are focused on identifying practice solutions for doctors and dentists in a relaxed and casual atmosphere.

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Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt Members Edward T. Kang, Jacklyn Fetbroyt and Kandis L. Kovalsky are attending the 2020 National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (“NAMWOLF”) Driving Diversity & Leadership Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida from February 22nd to February 25th. Continue reading ›

In connection with its legislative directive to “specify the formats and methods for all filings and certifications required pursuant to this section and generally, for all filings and certifications required under the purview of the division” the Director of the Division of Revenue and Enterprise Services announced certain streamlined mechanisms for entities of revoked status in New Jersey. Continue reading ›

Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt Members Edward T. Kang and Jacklyn Fetbroyt, along with Associate Kandis L. Kovalsky, are attending the 2019 National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms (“NAMWOLF”) Annual Meeting & Law Firm Expo.

If you are attending the NAMWOLF Annual Meeting, or find yourself in the greater L.A. area, come by to say hello to Edward, Jackie and Kandis.

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Edward T. Kang

On April 18, 2019, Kang Haggerty member Jackie Fetbroyt will be a featured speaker for NBI’s Business Contracts in 10 Simple Steps for the National Business Institute. The CLE will take place at the Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia Center City, 1100 Arch Street, from 9 am until 4:30 pm.

In this comprehensive seminar on business contracts, you’ll get real-world pointers on how to draft, review and negotiate business contracts in 10 simple steps. Acquire the skills you need to avoid risk, minimize liabilities, ensure enforceability and maximize protections. Don’t miss out on this practical program that will equip you with the foundational aspects of contracts every business attorney needs to know. Continue reading ›

32891617344_251b416fd3_o-1024x512-1Social media continues to grow as the powerhouse of information flow in modern times, and while it often seems no one is policing the content and fact and fiction are often indistinguishable, the SEC is policing the statements of at least one social media influencer, Elon Musk.  After Musk tweeted in August of 2018 that he had secured financing to take Tesla private at $420 per share, the SEC filed a complaint alleging that his tweets comprised a series of “false and misleading statements” to his millions of followers. The resulting court-approved settlement, reached in October, stipulated that Musk had to seek pre-approval of any written communications – including social media posts – that contained or reasonably could contain information material to Tesla or its shareholders.  In connection with the settlement, Tesla and Musk were each required to pay $20 million to the SEC.

Just days ago, Musk was back under scrutiny, having tweeted, “Tesla made 0 cars in 2011, but will make around 500k in 2019” without pre-approval from his counsel and for that, the SEC filed an enforcement motion seeking to have Musk held in contempt.  Continue reading ›

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