Danny Kang
Partner

(502) 589-4440

dkang@goldbergsimpson.com





Overview

Danny Kang is an attorney and a mediator with extensive legal and practical experience in representing clients in diverse areas of the law, including real estate, business law, estate planning, contracts, and probate. He has the proven ability to negotiate intricate transactions and handle large complex litigations.

Danny is an alumni of Transylvania University and University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law. He has been licensed to practice in Kentucky since 2005. Danny formally owned and operated various real estate investment and development companies, allowing him to analyze and solve problems with a keen understanding of his clients' perspectives. He joined Goldberg Simpson in 2021 and continues to represent his clients zealously on all forefronts.

Education

University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, J.D.

Transylvania University, B.A., Business Administration

Practice

Danny is a Partner in Goldberg Simpson’s Corporate Law Practice Group and Real Estate & Business Transactions Group.

The Corporate Law practice area helps individuals and businesses establish and protect business interests while planning for their future growth. Their business planning and management lawyers offer all services necessary for the establishment, growth, financing and succession planning of any size or type of business from sole proprietorships and family businesses to corporations. Learn more

The Commercial Banking, Real Estate & Business Transactions group serves the Kentucky real estate market leveraging their extensive experience in commercial real estate development and transactions, commercial financing, workouts and restructurings. They serve Kentucky financial institutions, including large national banking associations as well as smaller state and local lending institutions, and to all types of borrowing entities, as well as negotiating, drafting and handling loan transactions from Small Business Administration (SBA) loans to large, complex loans. Learn more