Karen Artz Ash, Cindi Giglio and Susan Light were named "Notable Women in Law" by Crain's New York Business for their respective contributions to legal industry. In its third year, the list features New York City metro area "trailblazing attorneys who are passionate about serving their clients and staying on top of their game," in addition to providing outstanding philanthropic service.

The profile of Karen, national co-chair of Katten's Intellectual Property department and co-head of the Trademarks and Trademark Litigation practice, notes that not only does she have "an enviable book of clients," she also serves as the pro bono committee chair for the New York office and is chair of the board of directors for the Volunteers of Legal Service.

Cindi's profile highlights her vast experience as an Insolvency and Restructuring partner, counseling her clients through financial distress. She also is a sought-after bankruptcy litigator that handles multibillion-dollar Chapter 11 cases and other asset liquidation matters.

The profile of Financial Markets and Funds partner Sue features her distinguished career in securities and enforcement law and her prior role as a senior regulatory officer at the New York Stock Exchange and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority. ("Crain's New York Business 2020 Notable Women in Law," December 16, 2019)