David Kang has extensive experience with a broad range of commercial litigation matters, including matters pertaining to wage & hour issues, with a focus on class action and PAGA representative lawsuits; matters pertaining to partnership disputes and alleged breaches of fiduciary duty; and disability actions brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Mr. Kang routinely handles all matters relating to commercial and complex litigation, including managing and assessing case logistics and advancing trial strategies; managing and coordinating written discovery and party depositions; preparing and arguing law and motion at court hearings; and negotiating and settling pending cases through all stages of litigation or at mediation.
Among other things, Mr. Kang has successfully defended businesses against and helped resolve complex wage & hour claims with potential liabilities in excess of seven figures, and negotiated the resolution of claims against businesses for statutory damages under the ADA.
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Alerts & Articles
- California’s Extension of COVID-19 Measure and Its Continued Impact On Commercial Lease Payment Obligations06.04.2020
- The COVID-19 Response And Its Impact On Commercial Lease Payment Obligations Part III; Orange County—Santa Ana and Costa Mesa05.15.2020
- The COVID-19 Response And Its Impact On Commercial Lease Payment Obligations Part II; San Francisco and Sacramento Among Several Northern California Jurisdictions with Eviction Moratoriums for Qualifying Commercial Tenants05.04.2020
- Court of Appeal Holds That Travel Time in a Company Vehicle Is Not Compensable Time Unless Mandatory, Even When Transporting Company Tools and Equipment11.30.2018
- Further Developments Under COVID-19 and Its Continued Impact On Commercial Lease Payment ObligationsBusiness Law Journal, 09.08.2020
- A Postjudgment, Independent Action To Enforce Alter Ego Liability On A Contract Is Considered An Action On The ContractBusiness Law Journal, 08.03.2020
- California’s Policy Against Non-Compete Agreements Does Not Necessarily Shield An Employee’s Actions During His Or Her EmploymentBusiness Law Journal, 02.18.2020
- Business Law Journal, 11.25.2019
- Labor & Employment Law Blog, 10.14.2019
- Business Law Journal, 10.01.2019
- California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board Confirms That Interpreters and Translators Are Independent ContractorsBusiness Law Journal, 08.14.2019
- Court of Appeal Holds An Employee May Be A Managing Agent Even If The Decision-Making Authority Only Informally Sets Corporate PolicyBusiness Law Journal, 06.24.2019
- Business Law Journal, 04.09.2019