Katherine Garber Named One of Houston's Top 50 Women Lawyers
Congratulations to Clark Hill Strasburger's Katherine Garber, named one of Houston’s Top 50 Women Lawyers by the National Diversity Council. The Top 50 Women Lawyers award is a celebration of women who have not only achieved personal success, but who have created a pathway for others to follow.
Garber is a member of the Houston office of Clark Hill Strasburger. As a litigation attorney, she represents and provides counsel to clients in a variety of matters, including business and commercial disputes, insurance coverage issues, personal injury and property damage claims, and cargo and freight claims. Her experience includes energy operations, transportation and maritime issues, and public-sector organizations. Garber also negotiates, prepares and reviews contracts for a variety of clients, with a focus on contractual indemnity, insurance, and related risk-shifting issues.
Garber is currently the Chair of the Conference of Freight Counsel, an association of attorneys in private and in-house practice in the United States, Mexico and Canada. She also serves as the Chair of Clark Hill StrasburgerBOLD – Houston, the firm's strategy to promote women within the firm, the legal profession, and the business community. As a Lifetime Member of the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo and a 20-year volunteer on the Junior Lamb & Goat Auction Committee, she remains an active member in the Houston community.
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