Khai LeQuang is a litigation partner in the Orange County office of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
. Mr. LeQuang represents clients in complex commercial litigation across the country at both the trial and appellate levels, and he has tried cases in state and federal courts. Mr. LeQuang specializes in consumer class actions, unfair competition, and product liability and product-related claims, and his practice includes a broad range of areas, including breach of contract and business torts, Internet law, employment, secured transactions, life settlements, insurance recovery, antitrust, and international arbitrations.
Mr. LeQuang's representative matters include representing Union Carbide Corporation as national trial and coordinating counsel for asbestos litigation. In that capacity, Mr. LeQuang has tried cases, argued key motions, and helped to devise and implement defense strategies for hundreds of product liability cases across the country.
Mr. LeQuang's representative matters also include representing banks, premium finance companies, and other financial institutions in connection with their acquisition of life insurance policies in the secondary market. He has successfully defended putative class claims under state consumer laws, including the Consumer Legal Remedies Act and Unfair Competition Law, relating to non-recourse premium financing transactions; successfully defended the validity of millions of dollars in life insurance policies; successfully recovered millions of dollars in life insurance proceeds; and successfully obtained recoveries of millions of dollars in life insurance collateral through judicial foreclosure proceedings.
Mr. LeQuang has been recognized several times as a âRising Starâ by Super Lawyers magazine.
He is a member of the firmâs Commercial Litigation and Appellate practice
LEARN MORE ABOUT KHAI THROUGH OUR FIRST 40 MEMBER Q&A:
What does Creativity mean to you?
"Creativityâ means looking at the world, things, and ideas in different ways and trying to put objects and ideas together in a way that defies the ways we have seen them put together and might naturally tend to put them together.
What inspired you to become a First 40 member?
What inspired me to be a part of the âFirst 40â is seeing how kids reacted to the program â with genuine interest and enjoyment.
What is your favorite childhood toy or game?
One of my favorite games, if not favorite game, is chess. Chess involves strategy, but certainly creativity.
As a lawyer, I am always thinking about creative arguments and how to solve problems within the confines of a legal framework that doesnât always provide clear answers.
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Members of this exclusive group are given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to set themselves apart from others through this important designation. In addition, once the museum is open, a unique âFirst 40â donor recognition piece will be highlighted to celebrate, in a tangible way, their active role in the enrichment of children, dedication to the community, and generous support of the Child Creativity Lab.
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