HRW Welcomes Kathy Mumma to the Team

By William Sleight   April 22, 2015

HRW is excited to announce that Kathy Mumma has joined the firm as an employment and litigation attorney.  Kathy previously practiced at Ropes and Gray and Arrowood Peters, where she focused on complex litigation, including business and employment disputes.  At HRW, in addition to handling litigation matters for her clients, Kathy will be doing day-to-day counseling on employment matters, drawing on experience that she had as a human resources professional before she became a lawyer.

Kathy says “I am excited to start this new chapter of my career.  I have been looking for an opportunity to grow the employment counseling part of my practice, and I am confident that HRW is a perfect fit.”

Kathy is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Harvard College and has been named a Super Lawyer – Rising Star for the past two years.  She is a member of the Boston Bar Association and Massachusetts Bar Association.

“We are very excited to welcome Katherine Mumma to HRW,” said Jeffrey Hirsch, Co-Managing Partner. “Kathy is an extremely talented and experienced trial lawyer and counselor and a terrific addition to our team.  Kathy will be representing and advising clients on a broad range of labor, employment, and litigation matters in many sectors, including higher education. After almost a decade practicing law, Kathy was eager to focus her growing practice on representing employers in workplace issues and HRW is the place to do it,” said Hirsch.

To learn more about Kathy, check out her full biography here.

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