As a former law clerk to a Northern Virginia trial court judge with a heavy complex commercial litigation docket, Kang proposes reasonable solutions to highly contentious business disputes in an effort to resolve those matters favorably for his clients without high litigation costs. If a resolution cannot be reached, as a trial attorney, Kang looks forward to litigating those matters in the courtroom.
Kang focuses on helping public utilities and energy companies obtain the rights and resources they need to enhance or expand their infrastructure through eminent domain in both state and federal courts, litigating zoning and easement disputes under Virginia law, and advising tech companies and government contractors in Northern Virginia and Fortune 500 companies on contract disputes and business torts. As a former labor and employment litigator, Kang also provides guidance on non-competes and non-solicitation agreements.
Kang is a proud graduate of the University of North Carolina, also known as the University of National Champions, where he studied German literature and philosophy. Go Heels! During law school, Kang served as an editor for the William & Mary Law Review and competed on the prestigious National Trial Team.