Choity Khan represents construction industry clients including owners, contractors, subcontractors and design professionals. She is a member of the firm’s Construction Law Group, providing litigation and transactional services to her clients. She is a contributor to the firm’s Construction Law Zone blog.
Choity previously worked for a Hartford-based law firm, representing carriers in connection with insurance coverage obligations and disputes. She handled matters concerning issues of property damage and claims of unfair insurance practices and diminution in value.
Choity has also served as a legal research clerk for the judges of the Connecticut Superior Court, assisting with civil matters before the court. Her work involved areas such as unfair insurance practices, medical malpractice, and employment discrimination. While attending law school, Choity externed for the Honorable Alfred V. Covello, United States District Judge, District of Connecticut, where she researched and drafted judicial opinions on appeals for the denial of supplemental security income benefits. Additionally, she served as an articles editor of the Connecticut Journal of International Law.