Kenneth K. Ching’s practice focuses on business litigation and employment law. He also has significant experience with construction and administrative law. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Ching was a professor at Regent University School of Law and is a nationally recognized scholar in the field of contracts.
Represented large employers in relation to EEOC investigations and charges.
Drafted employee manuals, including for national philanthropic organization.
Represented companies in misappropriation of trade secret litigation.
Represented clients in negotiating and litigating non-compete agreements.
Drafted employment contract for CEO of international airport.
Represented employee in wrongful discharge and public policy whistleblower litigation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kenneth K. Ching