- J.D., American University Washington College of Law, 2012, cum laude
- B.A., Washington University in St. Louis, 2008, magna cum laude
- Judicial Intern, The Honorable Judge Brian Holeman, Superior Court of the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C.
- New Jersey
- District of Columbia
- U.S. Court of Federal Claims
Harrison Kang is an associate in the Business Trial Practice Group in the firm's New York office.
Areas of Practice
Mr. Kang has a broad-ranging litigation practice, which includes representing clients in complex commercial matters, claims brought under the False Claims Act, product liability / toxic torts cases, corporate disputes, government contract bid protests, administrative appeals, arbitration proceedings, internal investigations, claims involving legal malpractice, and intellectual property litigation. He has extensive experience managing and conducting electronic discovery, first-chairing and second-chairing depositions, first-chairing court hearings, and engaging in motions practice. He also has experience drafting court orders on various complex civil matters and post-trial criminal matters.
- Defended a shipping and logistics company in a suit against a whistleblower plaintiff relator who alleged that the company caused the submission of improper fuel surcharges to the federal government for reimbursement in violation of the False Claims Act.
Successfully represented a leading natural gas and oilfield services company in a toxic tort case before a federal district court, in which the plaintiff alleged personal injuries as a result of exposure to hydraulic fracturing chemicals.
Successfully represented client in Daubert motion to exclude the plaintiff’s toxicologist in a toxic torts case brought before a federal district court.
Successfully represented a government contractor in Board Rule 11 proceedings before the Armed Forces Board of Contract Appeals.
Represented a government contractor in bid protest proceedings before the U.S. Court of Federal Claims concerning the cancellation of contracts to recover defaulted student loans.
Represented a government contractor in bid protest proceedings before the U.S. Government Accountability Office concerning a contract to provide analytical services of nuclear waste.
Successfully represented a Canadian organization in arbitration proceedings before the World Trade Organization regarding the validity of country of origin labeling of meat products.
Successfully represented and chaired hearings before the Baltimore Immigration Court to obtain asylum for Cameroonian political refugees.
- Co-authored, Hydraulic Fracturing Survives First Jury Trial Test, June 2014