William Kang Joins Meyer Suozzi’s Growing Litigation Practice

Media Source: Newsday, Long Island Business News

February 26, 2018 (Garden City) – Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. is pleased to announce that William Kang has joined the firm as an Associate in the firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department, resident in our Garden City office.

Mr. Kang has both trial and arbitration experience, representing clients in federal and state court as well as before the American Arbitration Association. His practice focuses on complex commercial disputes, shareholder derivative claims, fraud, and trademark and patent infringement suits. In addition, he has experience representing clients in complex surety bond, fidelity bond and construction litigation.

“William is a welcome addition to our team, as we continue to expand the depth and scope of our Litigation practice,” said Kevin Schlosser, Chair of Meyer Suozzi’s Litigation Department. “He shares our dedication to hard work and tenacious client service.”

Prior to joining Meyer Suozzi, Mr. Kang was an Associate at Barton LLP in New York City, where he practiced commercial and intellectual property litigation.

Mr. Kang, a Mineola resident, received his J.D. from Duke University School of Law and a B.A. in economics-mathematics from Columbia University. While in law school, he served as an Article Editor of the Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy and as a judicial intern for the Honorable Paul Martin Newby of the Supreme Court of North Carolina. He is admitted to practice in the State of New York, the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit.


About Meyer Suozzi’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice

Meyer Suozzi has a robust litigation and dispute resolution practice, active at every level of state and federal court, and before administrative and arbitral tribunals. The Firm’s lawyers, including former judges and justices as well as prosecutors, judicial law secretaries, and commercial litigators, are often called upon to handle complex trials and appeals, or to lend insight on local practices and procedures. Clients range from large international corporations and local businesses, to municipalities and government groups, to individual professionals. For more information, visit www.msek.com.