Angela Korge represents corporate clients in complex commercial litigation in federal and state courts. She has advised companies in a range of matters involving contract disputes, fraud, business tort claims, trademark infringement, and real estate issues. Named on the National Association for Women Lawyers' Rising List for 2023, Angela has defended billion-dollar entities and received favorable results for clients, including successfully dismissing a client from a business tort action for lack of personal jurisdiction and assisting in limiting a plaintiff's claim for damages against a client by more than $100 million. Her experience spans all aspects of litigation, including evaluating claims and legal issues, developing and implementing litigation strategies, managing e-discovery, taking and defending depositions, drafting and arguing dispositive and other motions, and preparing for and participating in trials.
Angela also provides pro bono legal services to individuals and nonprofit organizations. She has obtained asylum for a Honduran national, who is a lifelong activist for LGBTQ rights and a member of the LGBTQ community; asylum for a Russian national, who suffered from persecution due to his ethnicity; and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status for a minor. Angela has also represented a nonprofit organization in litigation involving business torts. In 2019, she was named a "Pro Bono Hero" by Americans for Immigrant Justice. Angela enjoys being active in her community and frequently works with United Way of Miami-Dade County.
- University of Florida (J.D. cum laude 2016; Research Editor, Florida Law Review; Book Award in Trial Practice; Book Award in Legal Writing; Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society; Bachelor of Arts 2013)
- Florida, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, and U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida
National Association for Women Lawyers, Rising List (2023)
Americans for Immigrant Justice, Pro Bono Hero (2019)
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