Katherine Georginis is an associate with our firm with a strong focus on litigation in the commercial, logistics & transport, shipping & marine and construction sectors.
Katherine has experience working on complex litigation in antitrust and shareholder derivative actions, and handling personal injury defense and subrogation matters.
Katherine is an active member of the Chicago Bar Association and the Hellenic Bar Association of Illinois. Katherine obtained her Juris Doctor from Chicago-Kent College of Law in May 2016, and obtained her Bachelor of Science with honors from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Highlights of Katherine’s work include the following:
Obtained sanctions on behalf of a minority shareholder following dismissal of a lawsuit on the basis of res judicata filed against minority shareholders by the directors of the corporation for tortious interference and civil conspiracy in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois.
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The Fifth Circuit affirmed a district court ruling in an allision event involving three vessels travelling on the Mississippi River that occurred in early 2016. In its own words the ruling focused on “why, and how fault should be assigned.”
In Morgan v. Sundance, plaintiff sued Sundance for violating the Fair Labor Standards Act in the US District Court for the Southern District of Iowa.
We are pleased to introduce you to one of the newest members of the team, Katherine Georginis!
The UK Court of Appeal recently handed down a decision regarding implied indemnity in voyage charterparties.
Our Katherine Georginis provides a summary on the TAI Prize case.