Antitrust claims can successfully navigate last decade’s reforms. As market concentration intensifies, especially in the technology sector, it is crucial for class counsel to adequately represent plaintiffs and bring antitrust class actions to safeguard their rights.

In the January 23, 2024 edition of The Legal Intelligencer, Edward Kang wrote, “Collective David Against Corporate Goliaths: Named Plaintiffs’ Standing in Antitrust Class Actions.” Continue reading ›

Considering the difficulties for private plaintiffs to pursue and prevail on antitrust claims under the Sherman Act, Section 2, Epic’s win against Google carries significant consequences for platform operators’ liability under antitrust laws.

In the January 2, 2024 edition of The Legal Intelligencer, Edward Kang wrote, “An Antitrust Storm Brewing in the Walled Gardens: Dissecting the Antitrust Claims in ‘Epic v. Google’.” Continue reading ›

Litigators preparing to qualify or challenge an expert witness must be ready to navigate several obstacles in admitting or excluding expert testimony. With the new amendment to Federal Rule of Evidence 702 coming into effect, litigators should take note of changes and incorporate them into their decision-making regarding expert testimony.

In the November 22, 2023 edition of The Legal Intelligencer, Edward Kang wrote, “Battle of the Experts (Standards): ‘Frye,’ ‘Daubert’ and Federal Rule of Evidence 702.” Continue reading ›

On Wednesday, November 8th Kang Haggerty Associate Siqi Cheng joins Fatima Agosto, Desjeneé Davis, Krystal Bordini-Cowley, Saba Abbasi, Erika Silverman, and Marisabel Alonso on a panel to empower future attorneys and encourage diversity within the legal field. The event is hosted by the Drexel Kline’s Women in Law Society. Siqi learned a great deal from the organization’s programs while in law school and looks forward to contributing to the conversation as an alumni. Continue reading ›

Rule 106 is more than just an obscure procedural rule governing the timing of the introduction of statements. It is tied to the fundamental objective of the adversary system, enabling parties to deliver robust arguments that are forceful yet within the bounds of fairness.

In the November 2, 2023 edition of The Legal Intelligencer, Edward Kang wrote, “Use Rule 106 to Your Advantage: Introducing the Rest of the Story in Real Time

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Philadelphia, PA (November 1, 2023): A jury trial in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Shin Da Enterprises, Inc., et al, v. Wei Xiang Yong, et al., yielded a Civil Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) judgment of more than five million dollars for violations of RICO 18 U.S.C. 1962(c) and civil conspiracy to violate RICO under 18 USC 1962(d). Continue reading ›

As technology continues to advance, legal professionals should embrace TAR as an invaluable tool in the search for efficient, accurate, and cost-effective legal document review.

In the October 26, 2023 edition of The Legal Intelligencer, Kelly Lavelle wrote, “Technology-Assisted Review: A Superior Approach in Legal Document Review.

Technology-assisted review (TAR) has changed how lawyers manage and analyze vast volumes of electronic data in the ever-changing landscape of legal document review. Traditionally, search terms have been the preferred method in the e-discovery process. However, TAR is rapidly emerging as a superior alternative, offering numerous benefits over conventional search terms in legal document review. Continue reading ›

Because jurisdictions vary widely in their treatment of deposition break conferences, practitioners should not assume that conversations with clients during deposition breaks will be covered by attorney-client privilege.

In the October 12, 2023 Edition of The Legal Intelligencer, Edward Kang wrote “Jurisdiction Matters: Things to Consider Before Consulting With Clients During Depositions“. Continue reading ›

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