With the COVID-19 vaccination underway in the US, Katten attorneys created a Q&A for employers considering whether to implement a mandatory employee vaccination policy and the various legal and practical factors to reflect on when deciding how to approach the issue.
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During this challenging year, Katten has demonstrated our continued commitment to the welfare of others. From protecting health care workers battling on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic and securing emergency release for medically vulnerable prisoners, to defending asylum seekers and protesters in the wake of a national call for social justice, our attorneys are meeting the needs of our time. We are proud to share more about these efforts in our 2020 Pro Bono Annual Review.
Katten represented Mediafly, a sales-tech company the firm has represented since 2016 that provides software for making sales presentations more interactive, in raising $25 million in equity and debt. Initially negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Mediafly has since prospered thanks to its tech-heavy customer base.
Known for her "ability to connect with people" and her "seemingly limitless energy," commercial real estate attorney Karen Nelson is the new managing partner of the firm's Charlotte office. Karen was recently recognized by the Charlotte Business Journal as part of its 2021 Women in Business Achievement Awards program.
Katten attorneys Henry Bregstein, Gary DeWaal, Chris DiAngelo, Kevin Foley, Anna-Liza Harris and Howard Schickler and the Financial Markets and Funds, Private Credit and Structured Finance and Securitization practices were recently recognized in the 2021 edition of Chamber Global.
Gary DeWaal, Financial Markets and Regulation chair, explores potential agenda items and enforcement priorities for the CFTC under the new Biden administration.
Susan Light, partner, spoke with The Wall Street Journal regarding potential enforcement actions against any registered representatives involved with touting stocks such as GameStop on social media.
Receiving a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation's 2021 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), Katten was designated a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality.
Katten was named one of the "2020+ Top Companies for Executive Women" by Working Mother Media, and was listed among the top 75 workplaces for women who want to advance through the corporate ranks.
As a community, we have watched with heavy hearts and troubled minds as the recent manifestations of racial injustice have played out on the national stage. While we have always stood in solidarity with the black and brown communities that face these injustices, we have been less vocal than the cause requires. No longer.
Katten earned a spot on Working Mother’s 13th annual "Best Law Firms for Women" list, recognizing firms with best practices in finding, retaining, promoting and developing women attorneys.
We are committed to having the brightest lawyers on our team, and we recognize that the best talent is diverse in many ways, including gender, race, sexual orientation, national origin, and ability.
If you're seeking to join a firm where you can enjoy exceptional career opportunities, as well as the resources to help you take your personal and professional goals to the next level, take a closer look at Katten.
Zia F. Modabber, Managing Partner of Katten’s California offices and leader of Katten’s Entertainment and Media Litigation practice, Partner Tami Kameda Sims and Associate Leah E.A. Solomon, along with co-counsel at Kinsella Weitzman and Greines Martin, successfully represented Michael Jackson’s Estate in a seven-year long dispute over royalties from Jackson’s albums Off The Wall, Thriller, and Bad.
Intellectual Property partner Floyd Mandell and associate Julia Mazur won a crucial victory for client PepsiCo’s Gatorade in a landmark federal trademark case that was named one of the top ten IP decisions of 2019 by legal periodical Law 360. The case involves the fair use doctrine and establishes an important precedent for future trademark disputes.
Attorneys in the Health Care and Corporate practices, in the Dallas office, represented Genesis Physicians Group in a joint venture transaction with Innovista Health Solutions.
When Fannie Mae undertook to offer REMIC-eligible credit risk transfer securities, it turned to an international and interdisciplinary team of Katten professionals to accomplish that goal.