Articles Tagged with Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC

Published on:

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.

Continue reading →

Published on:

Philadelphia, PA (December 4, 2017): Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt, a business litigation boutique with offices in Philadelphia, PA and Cherry Hill, NJ, is pleased to announce that Kandis L. Kovalsky has joined the firm as an associate.

Kandis earned her J.D. from the Washington University in St. Louis School of Law. She graduated with a B.A. from the University of Delaware. Prior to joining Kang Haggerty, she was an associate at Weir & Partners in Philadelphia.

A native of Newtown Square, PA, Kandis is an accomplished business lawyer representing both corporate and individual clients in a broad range of complex commercial litigation matters. She is admitted to the practice of law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Published on:

In his April 2016 civil litigation column in The Legal Intelligencer and the Pennsylvania Law Weekly, Edward T. Kang discusses and compares the relative merits of jury and bench trials based on analysis of data and comparative studies on the outcome of cases categorized by choice of fact-finder. While jury trials may seem the norm according to the media, bench trial is the less publicized alternative that lawyers and their clients must also consider. Learn more about the consequences of this pivotal decision: jury or no jury?  READ MORE

Published on:

On October 4, 2016, plaintiffs Dominick Owens, Rachael Bell, and Mark Zych (collectively, “Plaintiffs”) filed a class action complaint against the City of Philadelphia in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas, in Owens, et al. v. City of Philadelphia, No. 161000388.  The complaint alleges that the Philadelphia Police Department (“PPD”) has been issuing speeding tickets on highways such as I-95, I-76, and I-676, knowing that it lacked the authority to do so, since at least July of 2012.  Specifically, under the Vehicle Code, local police such as the PPD are prohibited from issuing speeding citations on highways such as I-95 without a speed enforcement agreement (“SEA”) with the Pennsylvania State Police (“State Police”).  The complaint further alleges that on July 17, 2012, then-police commissioner Charles Ramsey issued a memorandum notifying all PPD personnel that the State Police had decided not to enter into a new SEA with the PPD covering I-95, I-76, and I-676; and as such, the PPD was prohibited from issuing speeding citations on those highways within the City of Philadelphia.  Plaintiffs allege that, despite the July 17, 2012 memo (that is, despite knowing it lacked authority), the PPD has continued to issue speeding citations on I-95, I-76, and I-676 to this date, without ever having entered into a new SEA with the State Police – i.e., the PPD has been operating under a de facto policy of illegally stopping and citing motorists on I-95, I-76, and I-676.  Plaintiffs allege that, based on the PPD’s knowingly false representation that it had authority to issue speeding citations on I-95, I-76, and I-676, Plaintiffs paid fines, attorneys’ fees, court costs, and increased car insurance rates associated with speeding citations they received from the PPD, and have therefore been damaged.  Plaintiffs also allege that they were improperly detained in violation of their constitutional rights.  The complaint contains counts against the City of Philadelphia for fraud, negligent misrepresentation, unjust enrichment, and violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1983.  Plaintiffs are represented by the law firm Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC.

For more information, call (215) 525-5850, or e-mail info@LawKHF.com.

Published on:

Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC is pleased to announce our sponsorship of Voorhees Business Association’s Annual Bowling Fundraiser.

The 2016 VBA Bowling Fundraiser will be held on Friday, April 8, 2106 at The Big Event, located at 1536 Kings Hwy N., Cherry Hill, NJ 08034.

Bowling lanes will be available for individuals and groups with a maximum of six (6) bowlers per lane for two hours (from 6PM to 8PM). In addition, there will be a silent auction hosted by Tri State Sports Memorabilia.

Attendees are encouraged to show support by committing to the various donations listed below:  Continue reading →

Contact Information