Representative Matters

Min Kang is an experienced legal analyst, advisor, and litigator adept in various areas, including business litigation, insurance, appellate, class action, contract, transportation, trucking, aviation, cannabis, e-commerce, and privacy matters. She also has particular experience in complex coverage disputes and toxic tort litigation. In addition, Min handles regulatory and administrative law issues. She is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US).

Min represents a broad range of clients, from large-scale national corporations to small local businesses to private individuals. With her considerable experience, she delivers positive results by developing legal solutions that span multiple jurisdictions and deliverables while managing risks and ensuring compliance.

She serves as co-chair of the Joint Asian Judicial Evaluations Committee, legal advisor to the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Seattle, and champions diversity and inclusion.

Professional Affiliations

  • Association of Southern California Defense Counsel
  • Korean American Bar Association
    • Washington Chapter, Co-President
  • National Asian Pacific American Bar Association

Honors & Awards

  • Recognized on the Rising Stars list for Southern California by Super Lawyers magazine, 2012

Representative Matters

With respect to her appellate work, Min’s published decisions include:

  • Dameron Hospital Association v. AAA Northern California, Nevada & Utah Ins. Exchange, 74 Cal.App.5th 796 (2022): Decision affirming UIM/UM benefits are not assignable as such assignment is contrary to public policy. In this case, the hospital’s claims to allegedly assign first-party auto insurance benefits for emergency room services are limited to instances where the assignment was executed by a person with authority to assign benefits, the patient has no health insurance, and the assignment involves solely medical payments coverage.
  • CSAA Insurance Exchange v. Hodroj, 72 Cal. App. 5th 272 (2021): Decision affirming formation of a binding and enforceable settlement, despite proposed writing that contained terms different than those agreed upon.
  • Janney v. CSAA Insurance Exchange, 70 Cal. App. 5th 374 (2021): The decision affirmed that the insurer did not breach the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing in providing a replacement-cost estimate or with the delayed payment of a certain loss and that the insurer paid the full (if not maximum) amount of benefits due to the insured under the homeowner policy.
  • Baldwin v. AAA NCNU, 1 Cal. App. 5th 545 (2016): Decision affirming diminution in value and total loss valuation controlled solely by terms of policy provisions.


  • Co-Presenter, “Motor Carriers of Property Endorsements at Issue in Commercial Auto Policies – Practical Applications in California,” Los Angeles, California, and Virtual Event, April 25, 2022
  • Co-Presenter, “Policy Limit Demands and Avoiding Excess Exposure,” Los Angeles, California, and Virtual Event, August 22, 2019

J.D., University of San Diego School of Law, 2006

B.F.A., Visual Communication Design, University of Washington, 1999