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Katherine Galle Associate

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Boston

+1.617.426.6800

One Post Office Square,
Boston, MA 02109

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  • Katherine Galle is an associate at the Boston office of Haug Partners. Her prior experience includes five years with the City of Boston’s Law Department as Assistant Corporation Counsel, where she defended the City and its employees in a broad range of civil actions, including 42 U.S.C. §1983 claims, employment discrimination, and alleged negligence of public employers. She has chaired jury trials in the United States District Court of Massachusetts, Suffolk Superior Court, and the Boston Municipal Court, as well as represented clients at the First Circuit Court of Appeals and the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. She has participated in numerous mediations, both private and court conducted, and is able to effectively advise her clients using her knowledge of the legal climate. Katherine holds a B.A. in History and American Studies from Boston College where she graduated magna cum laude, and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School where she made the academic Dean’s List each semester, and was a member of the International Legal Honor Society, Phi Delta Phi.
  • Bazile, Edith v. Boston Public Schools; MCAD11BEM00200
  • Burke, Timothy et al. v. Joughlin et al.; 2018-P-1189
  • Castagna, Christopher et al. v. Jean et al.; USDC2015-14208
  • Combs, Avery et al. v. Boston Public Schools et al.; SUCV2013-03927
  • Cotton, Jeron v. Boston Center for Youth and Families; 16BEM02082
  • DeLuca, Michael et al. Merner at al.; 4:15-cv-40094
  • Garfield, Wayne v. William B. Evans et al.; 1:17-cv-10704
  • General Air Conditioning and Heating, Inc. v. Hughes; SUCV2015-02919
  • Georges, Ronald v. Cremins et al.; 2015-P-02919
  • Hector, Renee v. City of Boston, Jenret Ford, Hector Renee; SUCV2012-01974
  • Johnson, Robert v. City of Boston et al.; SUCV2015-03830
  • Kimbrel, Ronice v. City of Boston; 17BEM02278
  • Kwan, Po Ching v. COB et al.; SUCV2014-01857
  • Matalon, Scott v. O’Neil et al.; 1:13-CV019991
  • McDonald, Sharon v. Walker et al. 1:15-cv-011915
  • Mendez, Pablo v. City of Boston; MCAD15BEM03176
  • O’Connell, Dianne et al. v. D’Allassandro Corp. et al.; SUCV2014-02627
  • Philome, Paul v. City of Boston; SUCV2011-04559
  • Reid, Niquel v. COB et al; SUCV2013-02001
  • Safe Haven v. William Good; 07-cv-00273
  • Spencer, Barry v. Lewis et al; SUCV2013-02255
  • Boston College, (B.A., History, American Studies, 2011)
  • Suffolk University Law School, (J.D. 2014)
  • Civil Rights Litigation
  • Police Misconduct; Monel Claims
  • Massachusetts Tort Claims Act
  • Title IX, M.G.L. 151(B)
  • Employment Law
  • Massachusetts
  • New York
  • United States District Court of Massachusetts
  • First Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association, Massachusetts Chapter

+1.617.426.6800
kgalle@haugpartners.com

RELATED SERVICES

  • Civil Rights Litigation
  • Police Misconduct; Monel Claims
  • Massachusetts Tort Claims Act
  • Title IX, M.G.L. 151(B)
  • Employment Law

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • Massachusetts
  • New York
  • United States District Court of Massachusetts
  • First Circuit Court of Appeals

Haug Partners LLP
One Post Office Square,
Boston, MA 02109
+1.617.426.6800
haugpartners.com

Katherine Galle

Associate

HIGHLIGHT

OVERVIEW

Katherine Galle is an associate at the Boston office of Haug Partners. Her prior experience includes five years with the City of Boston’s Law Department as Assistant Corporation Counsel, where she defended the City and its employees in a broad range of civil actions, including 42 U.S.C. §1983 claims, employment discrimination, and alleged negligence of public employers. She has chaired jury trials in the United States District Court of Massachusetts, Suffolk Superior Court, and the Boston Municipal Court, as well as represented clients at the First Circuit Court of Appeals and the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. She has participated in numerous mediations, both private and court conducted, and is able to effectively advise her clients using her knowledge of the legal climate. Katherine holds a B.A. in History and American Studies from Boston College where she graduated magna cum laude, and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School where she made the academic Dean’s List each semester, and was a member of the International Legal Honor Society, Phi Delta Phi.

REPRESENTATIVE CASES

  • Bazile, Edith v. Boston Public Schools; MCAD11BEM00200
  • Burke, Timothy et al. v. Joughlin et al.; 2018-P-1189
  • Castagna, Christopher et al. v. Jean et al.; USDC2015-14208
  • Combs, Avery et al. v. Boston Public Schools et al.; SUCV2013-03927
  • Cotton, Jeron v. Boston Center for Youth and Families; 16BEM02082
  • DeLuca, Michael et al. Merner at al.; 4:15-cv-40094
  • Garfield, Wayne v. William B. Evans et al.; 1:17-cv-10704
  • General Air Conditioning and Heating, Inc. v. Hughes; SUCV2015-02919
  • Georges, Ronald v. Cremins et al.; 2015-P-02919
  • Hector, Renee v. City of Boston, Jenret Ford, Hector Renee; SUCV2012-01974
  • Johnson, Robert v. City of Boston et al.; SUCV2015-03830
  • Kimbrel, Ronice v. City of Boston; 17BEM02278
  • Kwan, Po Ching v. COB et al.; SUCV2014-01857
  • Matalon, Scott v. O’Neil et al.; 1:13-CV019991
  • McDonald, Sharon v. Walker et al. 1:15-cv-011915
  • Mendez, Pablo v. City of Boston; MCAD15BEM03176
  • O’Connell, Dianne et al. v. D’Allassandro Corp. et al.; SUCV2014-02627
  • Philome, Paul v. City of Boston; SUCV2011-04559
  • Reid, Niquel v. COB et al; SUCV2013-02001
  • Safe Haven v. William Good; 07-cv-00273
  • Spencer, Barry v. Lewis et al; SUCV2013-02255

EDUCATION

  • Boston College, (B.A., History, American Studies, 2011)
  • Suffolk University Law School, (J.D. 2014)

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • Massachusetts
  • New York
  • United States District Court of Massachusetts
  • First Circuit Court of Appeals

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Federal Bar Association, Massachusetts Chapter