Ross M Wolfe Whistleblower Lawyer

Edward T. Kang
Managing Member
(215) 402-2183

Edward T. Kang is the managing member of Kang Haggerty LLC, and has spent his career protecting his clients’ rights against some of the largest companies in the United States. As a seasoned litigator, Edward is an expert at rooting out deceit and fraud and ensuring his clients obtain maximum results in every action.

Edward has a special interest in protecting whistleblowers and assisting them to obtain the relief they are entitled to for bringing illegal conduct to light. In so doing, Edward has led efforts to pursue wrongdoers engaged in the illegal distribution of fentanyl opioid medications, paying kickbacks to healthcare providers, and various other schemes to defraud Medicare/Medicaid and other government healthcare programs. From investigating allegations to collecting a reward, Edward assists his clients through every phase of the whistleblowing process, ensuring that their rights are protected while also maximizing the value of their claims.

In addition to representing whistleblowers within the healthcare industry, Edward has substantial experience pursuing federal antitrust and civil RICO actions.

Edward is a certified Panel Member of the American Arbitration Association for Commercial Litigation and rated AV Preeminent of Martindale-Hubbell.

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