Kathleen concentrates her practice in construction litigation, assisting construction industry clients with a broad range of matters including contract disputes, bid protests, injunctions, mechanics’ liens and bond claims in state and federal courts as well as in alternate dispute resolution proceedings. Clients turn to her for counsel on issues relating to contract negotiation, enforcement, breach, and termination, as well as changes, defects, delays, inefficiencies, and claims in connection with both public and private projects. Kathleen counsels clients through all phases of construction projects in an effort to minimize disputes and preserve clients’ rights.
Kathleen has served as an adjunct professor at Immaculata University, where she taught an undergraduate law course. She is a frequent contributor to the firm’s newsletter, Construction in Brief, and construction blog, Construction Law Now. Kathleen also runs the firm’s Summer Associate Program.
Before joining Cohen Seglias, Kathleen served as a law clerk for The Honorable Juan R. Sanchez of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. During law school, she was a staff writer for the Villanova Law Review and a member of the Moot Court Board.