January 23, 2020

Kate M. Wittlake

Kate M. Wittlake has experience with a broad range of complex commercial litigation issues and health care law. Prior to joining the firm, Kate was an associate practicing health care and litigation in Sacramento. She brings her knowledge of health care law to support large pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers on a broad range of issues in the firm’s products liability practice.

Kate previously sat on the Board of Operation Protect and Defend, a nonprofit group that teams with judges and attorneys to bring Constitutional Law curriculums and the opportunity to dialog with members of the bench and bar to local Sacramento high schools.

Kate began her legal career with health care and litigation at one of the largest law firms in the Sacramento Region. She served as an extern, Magistrate Judge Carolyn Delaney, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California. While in law school, Kate sat on the Board of the King Hall Legal Foundation, raising money to provide grants to students engaging in nonprofit and public interest law. Kate also was a member of the editorial team of the UC Davis Law Review.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Kate M. Wittlake