Edward T. Kang is the managing member of Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC, and devotes his practice to business litigation and other litigation involving business entities or business matters. Edward is a trial lawyer. Unlike many litigation attorneys who never, or rarely, try a case in court, Edward regularly tries cases, including jury trials. As part of his business litigation practice, Edward carries expertise in a variety of areas, including contract disputes, business torts (such as fraud or tortious interference), civil RICO, and breach of fiduciary duty. In particular, Edward focuses on “business divorce,” such as shareholder and partnership disputes. He has represented both majority and minority interest holders in such disputes, and believes in resolving these disputes as quickly as possible through negotiation and resolution. When litigation proves necessary, however, Edward is prepared to try the case on behalf of his client. In addition to business litigation practice, Edward is highly experienced in other types of litigation relating to business entities, including insurance bad faith. He has successfully represented clients who have been wronged by their respective insurance agencies. While Edward represents both plaintiffs and defendants, he enjoys representing a plaintiff who has been wronged by large institutions and the like who act unfairly and unlawfully.