Corban concentrates his practice on insurance defense litigation, focusing primarily on cases involving commercial transportation, premise liability and products liability. He also represents both businesses and individuals in cases involving catastrophic injury and wrongful death.
While earning his law degree, Corban served as a law clerk at Litchfield Cavo LLP. During this time he responded to opposing party discovery requests, researched relevant case law, drafted memoranda on a variety of legal issues and prepared legal documents such as responsive pleadings, dispositive motions and evidentiary motions.
While attending law school, Corban worked in the John Marshall Pro Bono Clinic conducting intake interviews, drafting memoranda and analyzing validity of select cases. He also assisted in representing clinic clients in practice areas such as actual innocence, appeals, breach of contract, civil rights and prisoners’ rights in both state and federal court. Immediately prior, Corban served as a teaching assistant for Professor Maureen Kordesh’s property law course.