Kathryne Hemmings primarily concentrates her practice on representing employers in all aspects of employment law including sexual harassment, race, national origin, disability and age discrimination cases, wrongful discharge, Family Medical Leave Act, NJLAD, and Fair Labor Standards claims. She also counsels employers on workplace matters, including employment policies and handbooks, medical and religious accommodations, employment contracts, workplace discrimination, and other employment issues.
Kathryne also represents attorneys and law firms in defending professional liability matters. This includes a wide range of legal malpractice claims stemming from blown statutes of limitations and negligent handling of underlying matters, including employment cases, tax foreclosure matters, transactional matters, and personal injury cases.
Prior to joining the Philadelphia office of Margolis Edelstein, Kathryne served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Linda L. Lawhun, presiding criminal judge, serving the New Jersey Superior Court’s Criminal Division in Gloucester and Salem Counties.
Kathryne graduated with honors from Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Drexel University. She was an associate editor of the Drexel Law Review and served as President of the nationally-honored American Constitution Society.