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JD | New York University School of Law

BA | University of Nebraska




Catherine has extensive experience in government and public policy, as well as in private antitrust practice. In private practice, Catherine counsels clients on a range of matters, including litigation, advocacy before regulatory agencies, and state and federal antitrust legislation in relation to various industries and issue areas, with a particular focus on digital markets and Big Tech.

In 2020, Catherine served as a Special Assistant to the House Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law and co-authored the Report on its Investigation into Competition in Digital Markets, which detailed  extensive anticompetitive conduct by Google, Apple, Facebook, and Amazon uncovered by the Subcommittee's investigation. Prior to her work for the Subcommittee, Catherine had already developed a strong background in public policy and government, working for various federal, state, and local government entities across the country, including the U.S. Senate, the Nebraska Legislature, and the New York City Law Department over the course of her career.

Following her work on the House Antitrust Subcommittee, Catherine joined Kanter Law Group, where she counseled clients on a variety of antitrust issues in a wide array of markets, including app stores, digital advertising, online search, cloud-based gaming, in-app payment systems, streaming services, and many others. Since joining Kressin Meador in 2022, Catherine has continued to work on these issues through state and federal legislation, antitrust litigation, and advocacy before U.S. antitrust regulators.

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