Katherine Zarate Dulany
Katherine obtained her JD and Certificate in Intellectual Property Law from Berkeley Law (Boalt Hall) and her Bachelor of Science, with the highest honors, from Cornell University’s… read more School of Industrial and Labor Relations.
"I am a colleague of Ms. Dulany's, but technically, I am also a client. My practice area is general corporate, and when I had an employment-related issue on which I needed her support, she was very attentive and assisted me promptly. She is very well-versed in employment/labor law, and takes a very thoughtful, and detail-oriented approach in her research. She is conscientious and provided exactly what I needed to turn around and assist my own company client. I am very ethical, and I only like to work with ethical people. She is my kind of professional, and I appreciate this about her greatly. Client review on Avvo."
Posted on Nov 4, 2016
"Katherine helped de-escalate a situation into a reasonable settlement amount with reasonable terms. She's a good listener and compromiser. She can negotiate and strategize. She's able to speed things up or slow them down as you wish. Overall we had a great experience.- CLIENT review on AVVO"
Posted on Nov 4, 2016
Zarate Dulany Law, P.C.
Jun 2014 - Present
Zarate Dulany Law, P.C. offers personalized, practical employment law advice and general litigation services. The goal of ZDL is to help employers grow and flourish by minimizing litigation exposure and resolving disputes effectively and efficiently. ZDL also offers employment advice and negotiation for professionals.
Coblentz, Patch, Duffy and Bass, LLP
Mar 2004 - May 2014
Defended employers against claims of wrongful termination, disability discrimination, failure to provide reasonable accommodations, sex discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wage and hour violations as well as general litigation matters. Provided employment law counseling on a wide range of issues.
Thelen Reid & Priest LLP
Nov 2001 - Feb 2004
Defended employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wage and hour lawsuits in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies.