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Kim Catullo Featured Among the Top Women in Law by New Jersey Law Journal


September 15, 2016

The New Jersey Law Journal has selected Kim M. Catullo, Chair of the Products Liability Department at Gibbons P.C., as one of its “Top Women in Law” for 2016. Ms. Catullo and her fellow honorees will be celebrated at a dinner at the Manhattan Penthouse in New York on November 15, 2016.

The “Women in Law” award highlights the outstanding work being done by female attorneys across New Jersey whose notable achievements in recent years have made a significant impact on the legal profession. As the Law Journal noted, “these outstanding attorneys are all making strides to push the profession forward for women.”

Ms. Catullo is being recognized for her work leading the Products Liability Department at Gibbons and serving as Administrative Co-Director in charge of the firm’s New York office. In her legal practice, she handles or supervises numerous complex, high-profile matters, which recently have included a groundbreaking settlement described in the media as “a rare feat of legal mediation,” as well as one of Law360’s “Top Product Liability Cases of 2015.”

“This award showcases not only Kim’s exceptional abilities as a lawyer, but also her dedication to Gibbons and the legal profession at large,” said Patrick C. Dunican Jr., Chairman and Managing Director of Gibbons. “Kim’s recognition as one of the top women in the law is incredibly well-deserved, and we congratulate her on this honor.”

At Gibbons, Kim is also a member of the Executive Committee and one of the leaders of the award-winning Gibbons Women’s Initiative. She is regularly included in the Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Best Lawyers, and both New York and New Jersey editions of Super Lawyers. She has also been featured as one of the “Top 250 Women in Litigation” by Benchmark Litigation.

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