Catherine A. Green
Areas of Focus
Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Health Care Litigation
, University of Kansas School of Law
, Order of the Coif; Rice Scholar; Note and Comment Editor for
University of Kansas Law Review
Moot Court Council
, Saint Louis University
, Business Management
State of Missouri, 2016
U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri, 2017
Cate Green knows how important sound advice and strategy are to a successful enterprise. As an associate in the Commercial Litigation practice, Cate partners with Polsinelli’s seasoned attorneys to provide practical litigation strategies that offer a comprehensive approach based on legal, economic and industry trends. She is dedicated to understanding challenges from the client’s perspective and executing litigation strategies that align with their broader business objectives.
Cate’s practice centers on representing businesses, organizations, and individuals in commercial litigation matters and disputes. Cate has experience preparing for and taking depositions, tackling complex legal issues, conducting efficient discovery, and managing pre-trial litigation strategy.
In close collaboration with attorneys from other Polsinelli practices across the country, Cate and the entire attorney team provide counsel that is grounded in solid business acumen and addresses the immediate litigation matter at hand, while keeping in mind the long-term impact of critical legal decisions made today.
Cali Award Recipient: Bankruptcy, Property, Contracts, Antitrust Law & Practice in Kansas
Best Oral Advocate, In-House Moot Court Competition
Legal Intern for U.S. Magistrate Judge Gary Sebelius
Young Advisory Board
Kansas City Missouri Bar Association
Ross T. Roberts Trial Academy Graduate
American Bar Association
Young Lawyers Division
Defense of case alleging antitrust violations due to hospital affiliations and acquisitions.
Represented hospitals challenging third-party subpoenas requesting competitively sensitive information in antitrust litigation.
Guided client in efficient resolution of third-party subpoena.
Publications & Presentations
The Heightened Standard of Ascertainability in Class Actions
March 13, 2018
"Understand that each legal problem, despite it's complexities, involves people and its outcome can have a large impact on their lives."
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