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Philadelphia, PA (October 14, 2020):  Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC, a business litigation boutique with offices in Philadelphia, PA and Marlton, NJ is pleased to announce that Kyle Garabedian has joined the firm as an associate.

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Kyle Garabedian

Kyle represents clients in a wide range of complex and general civil litigation, including contract claims, business torts, professional malpractice and other commercial disputes. His practice includes prosecuting and defending claims for clients both large and small. He joins the firm after five years of practice at Fellheimer & Eichen LLP.

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Melissa Lagoumis

Melissa Lagoumis, a former KHF Legal Assistant and currently a third year law student at Washington & Lee University School of Law, recently published an article in the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Today detailing her experiences as an extern in the Delaware Court of Chancery under Vice Chancellor Joseph R. Slights, III.

Since the firm’s inception in 2013, KHF is proud to serve as a training ground and attorney pipeline to more than six staff members that are either in law school or preparing to attend a law school or PhD program.

Philadelphia, PA (December 12, 2019): Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC, a business litigation boutique with offices in Philadelphia, PA and Marlton, NJ is pleased to announce that Maliheh Zare and Michael Weinert have joined the firm as associates.

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Maliheh Zare

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Michael Weinert

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Philadelphia, PA (December 5, 2018): Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC, a business litigation boutique with offices in Philadelphia, PA and Marlton, NJ is pleased to announce the additions of associate Beth A. Hurley and law clerk Mika Kapnoutzi.

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Beth Hurley, Left and Mika Kapnoutzi, Right

Beth Hurley concentrates her practice in Business Litigation, Class Action and Commercial Litigation. She earned her J.D. from the Fordham University School of Law in 2004 after graduating with a B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to joining KHF, Beth gained extensive litigation experience, serving as an Assistant District Attorney in Bucks County, PA, and Brooklyn, NY. In addition, she worked as an investigative attorney for the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office, and prosecuted cases involving economic crimes, enterprise corruption, organized crime and environmental crimes. She is admitted to the practice of law in Pennsylvania and New York.

TKK-Head-Shot-2018-e1525812187807-300x300Philadelphia, PA (May 3, 2018): Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt, a business litigation boutique with offices in Philadelphia, PA and Cherry Hill, NJ, is pleased to announce that Tianna K. Kalogerakis has joined the firm as an associate.
Tianna received her J.D. from the Temple University Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, where she also earned a certificate in trial advocacy. She graduated with a B.S. from the University of Florida. Prior to joining Kang Haggerty, Tianna served as a judicial law clerk in both the Superior Court of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas (to the Honorable Lillian Harris Ransom).

A native of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Tianna concentrates her practice on commercial litigation and business disputes such as breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, and business torts. She is admitted to the practice of law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

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Edward T. Kang, EsquireIn the June 22, 2017 edition of The Legal Intelligencer, KHF Managing Member Edward T. Kang writes on How to Effectively Work With Millennials as Employees and Clients.

How to Effectively Work With Millennials as Employees and Clients

By Edward T. Kang

Philadelphia, PA (December 6, 2016):  Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC, a business litigation boutique with offices in Philadelphia, PA and Cherry Hill, NJ is pleased to announce the addition of associates Jason Guss and David Scott.

Jason Guss concentrates his practice on a wide range of business transactional matters including entity formation, drafting internal documents, drafting business agreements, real estate transactions and tax issues.  He earned his J.D. from the Rutgers University School of Law – Camden in 2014 after graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University. Jason gained valuable experience working as a judicial extern at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and as a legal intern at Rutgers’ Civil Practice Clinic.  Prior to joining KHF, Jason worked for a national public accounting firm where he focused on tax consulting, tax compliance, and due diligence for mergers and acquisitions. He is admitted to the practice of law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

David Scott focuses on business litigation matters that include partnership disputes, contact disputes, civil RICO, and breach of fiduciary duty.  He also devotes significant aspects of his practice to securities litigation, class action cases, and creditor’s rights.  He earned his J.D. from the Wake Forest University School of Law, where he was a member of the Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Pennsylvania State University. While in law school, David gained experience in the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office and as a law clerk for Senior Judge Michael F. X. Coll on the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas.  He is admitted to the practice of law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

In the September 2016 edition of the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Today (LPT), KHF’s Edward T. Kang authors the Diversity & Inclusion column, Diversity and Its Impact on the Legal Profession.

LPT, a monthly online publication of the ABA’s Law Practice Division, is distributed to nearly 500,000 lawyers and law students across the globe each month. Current and past issues can be accessed at www.lawpracticetoday.com.

“Thinking about making a lateral move to a small, boutique law firm? Recruiting successful laterals is critical to any firm’s success, regardless of size, and firms consider many factors in making a lateral hire. But for a small, boutique firm, a lateral hire will have an immediate impact. While big law firms can hire in large numbers and count on the laws of attrition to weed out the good from the bad hires, it is critical that small, boutique firms make the right calls—for the sake of both the law firm and the lateral,” writes Edward Kang in an article on lateral hiring as part of The Legal Intelligencer’s Top Laterals/New Partners supplement.

In the feature, Edward addresses some of the considerations to keep in mind when comparing a small, boutique law firm to a big firm; the importance of understanding the business of law; and the need for an appropriate business plan. Learn more about what KHF looks for in a lateral and what a lateral should consider from a jump to a new law firm…READ MORE

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