Focuses on advising financial institutions and investors on U.S. regulatory matters, including U.S. banking regulations, cybersecurity and privacy matters, regulatory aspects of mergers and acquisitions, and compliance with U.S. sanctions and anti-money laundering laws.
Katherine joined the firm in 2001 and became partner in 2012; she left the firm to serve in the Defense Department in 2016 and returned as a partner in 2017. She worked in the firm’s Hong Kong and New York offices before moving to the Washington office in 2003. J.D., Yale Law School (2001); A.B., Harvard College (1992).
Katherine is currently a Cyber Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C. She is vice chair of the American Bar Association’s international banking sub-committee and serves on the Executive Council of the Federal Bar Association’s Banking Section. She is also a member of the New York and D.C. Bar Associations.