Examples of Kathryn’s experience include:
- Represented a general contractor and served as second chair at a jury trial in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in which the jury awarded in excess of $3 million to the general contractor in a case involving an employment dispute between the general contractor and its former employee.
- Defeated an insurance company’s appeal to the New Jersey Appellate Division in an attempt to overturn an order which afforded a roofing subcontractor insurance coverage in an underlying litigation.
- Represented a general contractor on a $25 million HUD project in New Jersey and obtained an arbitration award in an action filed by a drywall subcontractor which resulted in the denial of the subcontractor’s claims for out-of-scope work and awarded damages to the general contractor for delays caused by the subcontractor.
- Successfully represented several homeowners in litigation involving the defective construction of their residences, while obtaining jury verdicts and/or favorable settlements to compensate clients for their associated damages.
- Counseled several contractor clients on COVID-19 business closure mandates and successfully obtained waivers in order for those contractors to continue to perform work while business closure mandates were in effect.
- “Threat of Another Government Shutdown: What Contractors Need to Know and Do Now,” Thompson Hine Government Contracts Update, September 2023
- “Court Nixes Social Disadvantage Presumption: 8(a) Contractors Should Prepare Social Disadvantage Narratives,” Thompson Hine Government Contracts Update, August 2023
- Received a 2021, 2022 and 2023 Best Lawyers: Ones To Watch recognition for Construction Litigation
- Member, Associated Builders and Contractors, Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter
- Member, Board of Directors of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Metal Building Contractor and Erectors Association
- Widener University School of Law, J.D., 2011
- Syracuse University, B.S., 2008
- New Jersey
- Threat of Another Government Shutdown: What Contractors Need to Know and Do Now,
Government Contracts Update, September 21, 2023
- Court Nixes Social Disadvantage Presumption: 8(a) Contractors Should Prepare Social Disadvantage Narratives,
Government Contracts Update, August 3, 2023