Khai 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.

Khai focuses on 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.

Notably, Khai has represented Union Carbide Corporation as national trial and coordinating counsel for asbestos litigation. In that capacity, he has tried cases, argued key motions, and helped to devise and implement defense strategies for hundreds of product liability cases across the country.

Khai also represents 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.

He is a member of the firm’s Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution and Appellate practice groups.

  • Most recently, Khai's experience includes obtaining:

    • a full defense verdict after a two-week jury trial in an asbestos product liability action seeking several millions of dollars in compensatory and punitive damages;
    • summary judgment dismissal of asbestos product liability action seeking more than a million dollars in compensatory damages;
    • complete dismissal, on behalf of energy company, of all claims in antitrust action brought by public commission alleging that various energy companies engaged in price-fixing and market manipulation;
    • complete dismissal, on behalf of rental truck company, of all claims in class action alleging that the company’s practice of facilitating the procurement of auto insurance by renters constituted unlawful selling of insurance;
    • complete dismissal, on behalf of air carrier, of all claims in multimillion dollar class action alleging that company’s provision of shipment value protection constituted unlawful selling of insurance in decision that was upheld on appeal;
    • dismissal, on behalf of property management company, of critical claims in putative class action which resulted in immediate resolution of action prior to class certification;
    • complete defense verdict for employer in three-week arbitration alleging race discrimination;
    • resolution of a trade secret misappropriation action for a major pharmaceutical company, which was resolved shortly after defeating plaintiff's motion for preliminary injunction; and
    • partial summary judgment and dismissal of the representative claims in action challenging the employment status of independent contractors and alleging claims for fraud and wage-and-hour violations, which resulted in immediate resolution of individual claims.

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