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Kate Douglas


Kate has worked as a litigator for over fifteen years. Formerly an attorney at Dentons US LLP, Kate’s practice has focused on all facets of complex litigation from inception through appeal. She is a graduate of Saint Louis University School of Law. 

Representative Matters

Kate’s litigation practice includes: 


  • Representing an insurer in a coverage case involving PFAS and environmental liability lawsuits against a large manufacturer in a federal MDL  
  • Representing several talc suppliers in products liability litigation 
  • Serving as national coordinating counsel for several clients with asbestos-related liabilities 
  • Representing a power plant owner in a construction-related arbitration 
  • Litigating numerous personal injury claims filed by railroad workers against their employers and other entities 


Saint Louis University School of Law, J.D. 
Southern Illinois University, B.S., Speech Communication 





Prison Inmates are Constitutionally Entitled to Organ Transplants—So Now What?, 49 St. Louis U. L.J. 539 (2005). 

Professional and Volunteer Organizations

Kate has presented several continuing legal education courses to other practitioners. She has served on the Board of Directors of Landmarks Association of Saint Louis, a nonprofit dedicated to historic preservation and education, for more than a decade.