Katherine M. Klingelhafer
Katy joined Frost Brown Todd in 2009 and currently practices in the insurance and tort defense and the business litigation practice groups. She represents clients in a wide array of litigation matters. As an Associate in the insurance and tort defense practice group, Katy has handled a wide variety of insurance coverage and bad faith cases. Katy has successfully obtained summary judgment victories on insurance matters involving extra-contractual claims.
As a member of the financial services group, Katy also handles banking litigation with a focus on lender liability claims. Katy has successfully litigated on behalf of clients in a wide variety of commercial disputes, including banking matters, lease disputes, and foreclosures.
Katy graduated from Duke University with a History degree and an English minor. In the Spring of 2009, she graduated magna cum laude from the Michael Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University. During school, Katy interned at the Durham, NC district attorney’s office and worked as a research assistant. She is actively involved in the Ronald McDonald House of Central Ohio Red Shoe Society and the YWCA pro bono clinics.
Recent Blog Posts
- On Account Claim Deficient Where Account Statements Attached To Plaintiff's Complaint Do Not Reflect Purchases And Payments
- Ohio Court Refuses To Permit An Auctioneer, Rather Than A Sheriff, To Sell Property Following Foreclosure
- In Ohio, Termination Of Notice Of Commencement Doesn't Put Mortgage Ahead Of Mechanics' Lien
- Court Of Appeals Finds That Plaintiff Is Entitled To 25% Interest Rate On Default Judgment Instead Of Statutory Rate of 4%
- Court Of Appeals Finds That Plaintiff Is Entitled To 24.95% Interest Rate Agreed Upon In The Parties' Contract
- Non-Party Ordered To Make A Turnover Of Proceeds Of A Sale Has No Standing To Appeal
Civic & Charitable Organizations
- Ronald McDonald Charities of Central Ohio - Member of Red Shoe Society, serving as Chair of the Membership Committee