Firm News

May 16, 2022
KMB partner Michael Filoromo recently discussed alternatives to OSHA enforcement in the Bloomberg Law article, “Whistleblower Attorneys Are Looking Beyond Safety Law Boundaries.” While the Occupational Safety and Health Act’s whistleblower provision is great in theory, it’s often “really unhelpful” in practice because it doesn...
May 11, 2022
Katz, Marshall & Banks partner Debra Katz was honored by the National Law Journal as a winner of the 2022 Elite Trial Lawyer awards, where she was recognized in the Elite Women of the Plaintiff’s Bar category. The award was previously won by partner Lisa Banks in 2021. The NLJ selected winners from hundreds of submissions...
May 6, 2022
KMB associate Kathryn Evans was recently quoted in an article by Ignites, “#MeToo Law to Bring More Harassment Claims into Sunlight.” The Ending Forced Arbitration of Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment Act was signed into law on March 3, effectively banning employers from requiring employees to sign mandatory arbitration...
May 2, 2022
Katz, Marshall & Banks Partner Alexis Ronickher is representing Janette Wipper, who was terminated from her position as Chief Counsel for California’s Department of Fair Employment and Housing effective April 13, 2022, and Melanie Proctor, who resigned from her position as Assistant Chief Counsel that same day in...
April 28, 2022
Super Lawyers has selected eight Katz, Marshall and Banks attorneys to be recognized for their work in both employment law and plaintiff-side litigation in the Washington, D.C. area.  Debra Katz, David Marshall, Lisa Banks, Avi Kumin, Alexis Ronickher, Michael Filoromo, Carolyn Wheeler, and Daniel Edelman have...
April 13, 2022
On April 11, KMB partner Debra Katz had the honor of participating in Shakespeare Theatre Company's mock trial series with Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff. The event, entitled "A Hero Defamed? Much Ado About Margaret," was based on the classic comedy "Much Ado About Nothing," and was presided over by Supreme Court...
April 12, 2022
WASHINGTON, DC– Lisa Banks and Debra Katz, who represent over 40 former Washington Commanders employees, released the below statement in response to the Congressional Oversight Committee’s letter to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), state attorneys general, and the NFL revealing fraudulent financial practices on the part of...
April 4, 2022
WASHINGTON, DC– Lisa Banks, who represents Jason Friedman, as well as over 40 former Washington Commanders employees, released the below statement in response to the Commanders’ statement defaming Mr. Friedman following his testimony to the Congressional Oversight Committee:  “The Washington Commanders just released a...
March 11, 2022
Associate Nicolas O’Connor recently wrote an article for The Legal Intelligencer, “The Pitfalls of Litigating in the Court of Public Opinion.” In situations where a case captures the public’s attention, attorneys face a challenging task of navigating the court of public opinion while maintaining professional conduct. As Mr. O’...
March 7, 2022
Founding partner Debra Katz was recently included in City & State New York’s 2022 Law Power 100 List, which honors legal professionals who are influential in their field and powerful figures in New York’s government. Ms. Katz was recognized for her high-profile representation of Charlotte Bennett and “Jane Doe,” who came...

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