Alan Kan’s practice focuses on corporate and business transactions, bankruptcy, and civil litigation. Mr. Kan routinely represents clients in a variety of matters ranging from business acquisitions, commercial litigation, and consumer and commercial bankruptcy.
Mr. Kan’s practice entails extensive experience in business formations, the purchase or sell of businesses of various size, and also negotiating and drafting corporate documents and agreements, including software, technology and other intellectual property licenses, vendors and other professional services agreements, and franchise agreements.
Mr. Kan also serves as outside counsel for various business clients, including advising on corporate governance, regulatory compliance and other business issues. Additionally, he counsels clients in commercial and consumer lending and collections matters, including advising on issues relating to the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, and the Truth-in-Lending Act.
Mr. Kan’s experience also extends to representing debtors (commercial and consumer) and creditors in restructuring loans (workouts) as well as in various receivership and bankruptcy proceedings. He has also advised clients on multi-state licensing and compliance issues.
Mr. Kan also gained invaluable insight into the civil and criminal litigation process while serving as a law clerk for the Honorable Justice Hugh Thompson of the Georgia Supreme Court and the Honorable Judge W.N. Dettmering in the Douglas County State Court. Additionally, Mr. Kan sharpened his criminal law skills while working in the Dekalb County Public Defender’s Office and litigation experience while working at the Turner Environmental Law Clinic.
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