Jacklyn Fetbroyt

Jacklyn Fetbroyt: Attorney with Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC


Jacklyn Fetbroyt is a founding member of Kang Haggerty & Fetbroyt LLC. Jackie focuses on counseling companies and business owners through all stages of their ventures from conception to dissolution, assisting her business clients in all of their needs for maintenance and growth. Such counseling includes selecting a business entity type and forming the business, drafting the internal documents necessary for the governance of the new entity to help the company achieve its goals and prevent internal disputes among owners and employees, registering the business in appropriate jurisdictions and obtaining licenses to operate, assisting in negotiating and documenting various transactional needs (including real estate or other property acquisitions, leases, various master client/customer and vendor/supply agreements, etc.), and providing employment counseling. Jackie works with other attorneys in other areas of practice, in-house counsel, management, and a variety of experts to collaborate and coordinate to ensure that all facets of her business clients’ needs are fully satisfied.

Jackie also handles dispute resolution with the goal of resolving an issue thoroughly and efficiently so that her clients can get back to what they do best—run a business. She also practices in complex commercial litigation matters, including business owner disputes, breaches of fiduciary duties, contract disputes, and other business torts, such as business fraud and wrongful interference with business relationships.

Professional & Bar Association Memberships

New Jersey State Bar Association

Philadelphia Bar Association

Pennsylvania State Bar Association

National Asian Pacific American Bar Association

National Association of Minority & Woman Owned Law Firms

Financial Services Litigation PAC, Co-Chair | Transaction PAC, Member | Trials PAC, Member

Industry Areas

- Small to Mid-Size Businesses

- Entrepreneurs

- Real Estate

- Professional Health Care Providers


- Commerce Judges Offer Tips on Practice by Jacklyn Fetbroyt

Philadelphia Bar Reporter - May 2014

- Stop Capturing the Moment by Jacklyn Fetbroyt

Huffington Post - April 9, 2014

- Coming to Terms With the Unexpected by Jacklyn Fetbroyt

Huffington Post - March 10, 2014

Featured Pro Bono Activities

- Philly VIP – Volunteer Business Attorney

Non-Legal Activities

- Board Member, Voorhees Business Association

- Vice-President and Secretary, Doctors’ Advisory Alliance

- Member, South Jersey Chamber of Commerce

- Member, MS Society “Preakness at the Piazza” Committee

- Former Board Member, Voorhees Theater Company

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Corporate Law
  • Transactions
  • Real Estate
  • Commercial Litigation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
888-879-9647  Phone
(215) 525-5854  Phone
(215) 525-5860  Fax
University Attended:
Pennsylvania State University, B.A., 2002
Law School Attended:
Rutgers University School of Law, J.D., Hunter Moot Court semi-finalist and Top-Ten Brief award recipient; Member Jessup Moot Court Interscholastic Competition Team; Secretary Women’s Law Caucus; externship with Community Legal Services, 2005
Year of First Admission:
2005, New Jersey; 2005, Pennsylvania
Mercer County, New Jersey State, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations.
Birth Information:

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Marlton, New Jersey

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