Katherine M. Morgan

Attentive counsel and creative advocacy.

Katherine M. Morgan is thorough and resourceful in helping clients create effective legal arguments to establish, bolster and defend their positions. She is highly attentive to detail, and clients benefit greatly from her careful listening, incisive memory, meticulous examination of documents and records, and her deft application of the law to a particular factual landscape.

Ms. Morgan represents collective bargaining units and their associated benefit funds in various ERISA and labor law matters, as well as employment law matters.

Clients typically engage Ms. Morgan to represent them in:

  • ERISA litigation and collection actions.
  • Arbitrations under their collective bargaining agreements, including contract interpretations, employee benefit issues and grievance mediations.
  • Railway Labor Act matters.
  • Internal grievance.
  • Bankruptcy actions in which they are creditors.
  • NLRB, EEOC and NY Human Rights Division proceedings concerning duty of fair representation issues, elections, employment discrimination claims and unfair labor practices claims.



  • JD, Brooklyn Law School
    • Moot Court Honor Society
    • Articles Editor, Brooklyn Journal of International Law
  • BA, cum laude, Bucknell University


  • State of New York
  • United States District Court – Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
  • United States Second Circuit Court of Appeals

Professional Associations

  • New York State Bar Association, Labor and Employment Section

Publications and Presentations

  • “The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: Towards a Definition of ‘Foreign Official’,” Brooklyn Journal of International Law, Fall 2012
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