Catherine Naltsas has successfully represented clients in all phases of civil litigation, including pre-lawsuit investigation, discovery, dispositive motions and trial. Catherine has extensive experience preparing witnesses for direct and cross-examination, both for depositions and at trial. She works closely in collaboration with her clients to develop the most effective and efficient strategy for the defense of a lawsuit, including obtaining early resolutions of complex lawsuits by successfully arguing dispositive motions in state and federal court.
Catherine Naltsas’ practice focuses primarily on insurance coverage litigation and insurance contract interpretation involving mass torts, environmental, toxic and pollution claims, healthcare malpractice claims, bad faith litigation, breach of insurer duties, comprehensive general liability, professional liability, employment liability and management liability claims. Her extensive representation of insurer’s interests has involved litigating coverage issues on a local and national level, with amounts in controversy exceeding $1 billion.
In addition, Catherine maintains an active defense practice which includes defending her clients against long-tail sexual abuse claims recently revived under statute, breach of contract disputes, and negligence claims.