Experience Innovation + Excellence

Halloran Farkas + Kittila LLP is a law firm focusing on corporate, regulatory, and complex commercial matters, regularly serving as counsel for companies and individuals.

Our Vision

HFK Law leverages our combined experience to provide clients with the expertise of a large firm, but with the nimbleness and efficiency of a boutique shop.

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Dedicated Expertise

Our clients expect and deserve, and we deliver, nothing less than our complete attention and dedication to the issues facing them as their counsel.

Meet our team
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Our Mission

  • Helping clients achieve their goals through proactive and zealous representation of their interests.

Our Values

  • Our combined skills and experience are our core assets, and we apply these for all of our clients’ benefits.
  • We practice law with wisdom and fortitude, willing to challenge the status quo while remaining grounded in our collective legal tradition.
  • Each client matter receives our full attention, no matter the size.
  • We deliver the best in all we do, and we are performance driven, through the lens of justice.

Recent News Stories

May 14, 2020
Good-Faith Determinations under the CARES Act Paycheck Protection Program

The American Bar Association is publishing a version of this article on its Business Law Today website.

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April 29, 2020
Delaware Court of Chancery Gives the Little Guy a Break on E-Discovery Costs

The cost of producing documents and electronically stored information (“ESI”) in civil litigation today can be prohibitive for small companies and individual litigants

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August 7, 2019
Acting Manager of LLC Subject to Personal Jurisdiction in Delaware: Case Law Precedents “Not Persuasive

Managers of Delaware limited liability companies can be compelled to appear in Delaware courts if they are either formally named as managers under an LLC’s operating agreement

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