Kathy Nusslock returned to a commercial litigation practice in 2017 after serving as the firm’s Chief Operating Officer from July of 2014 through September of 2017 and firm President from December of 2014 through September of 2016. As Chief Operating Officer, Kathy worked in conjunction with the Board of Directors and was responsible for overall management of the firm’s operations, including human resources, facilities management, and oversight of accounting/finance, information technology, and marketing/business development.
Kathy maintains an active caseload providing representation on a broad range of litigation matters in state and federal trial and appellate courts as well as in arbitration and other alternative dispute forums. Kathy has significant experience working with complex litigation matters ranging from employment discrimination and employment benefits disputes to unfair trade practices. Kathy also is experienced in disputes involving intellectual property, restrictive covenant and other agreements, breach of contract and warranty claims, and trust and estate disputes.
Kathy’s clients include individuals, small, mid-sized and large corporations, as well as governmental entities. Kathy works closely with these clients and other attorneys to develop strategies in dealing with electronically stored information, including the preservation, collection and production of this information.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kathy L. Nusslock