Katherine M. Bennett
Katie Bennett represents clients in a wide variety of disputes in state and federal courts, and has experience representing clients in complicated, high-stakes litigation. She is adept at drafting pleadings, complex motions, and answers to discovery, as well as analyzing probable litigation outcomes. Katie has performed numerous client and expert witness interviews and has taken depositions of various fact and expert witnesses. Additionally, she has participated in mediations and pre-trial conferences.
For over two years, Katie served as an adjunct professor for the Loyola University Chicago School of Law, working with students to develop their understanding of fundamental trial skills. During law school, Katie was a member of the Civil Mock Trial Team and competed in multiple trial advocacy competitions across the nation where she had the opportunity to try cases in front of various federal judges.
Insights from Katie
- “PFAS Year-End Review: EPA Lays Groundwork for Tighter Regulatory Scrutiny,” Miller Nash, coauthor (Feb, 2023)
- “EPA Issues Historic Proposed Rule to Designate PFOS and PFOA as Hazardous Substances Under CERCLA,” Miller Nash, From the Ground Up, coauthor (Aug. 2022)
- "EPA Issues New HAL for Four Commonly Used PFAS," Miller Nash, From the Ground Up, coauthor (June 2022)
- "PFAS Roundup: A Brief Summary of the Standards Set by Western States for PFAS in the Environment," Miller Nash, From the Ground Up, coauthor (June 2022)
Outside the Office
After spending seven years in the Midwest, Katie spends most of her free time reacquainting herself with all the Pacific Northwest has to offer. A few of her favorite activities include hiking, wine tasting, and snow shoeing up at Mt. Hood.