Katherine E.M. Chlumsky Joins Civil Litigation and Employment Law Division

Published: 8 October 2015 | 12:34PM

WICHITA, Kan. – Katherine E.M. Chlumsky has joined the Civil Litigation and Employment Law Department of Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC. Her practice area focuses on federal and state employment law, intellectual property, negative covenants, and contract disputes.

A 2015 graduate of the University of Kansas School of Law, Malotte is a member of the Wichita Bar Association and the Kansas Bar Association. She also holds a bachelor’s degree in history and literary studies from Bethel College, where she played varsity tennis and was named Outstanding Female Athlete of the Year 2010 – 2012. She is a former reporter with The Marysville (Kan.) Advocate.

“We pride ourselves on selecting the best and the brightest law school graduates, and Katie stood out among that group,” said Ross A. Hollander, founding member of the firm and chair of its civil litigation and employment law department. “We were immediately impressed by her scholastic achievement and formal advocacy training. Our civil and employment law practice continues to expand with clients from across the state, and we’re delighted to have Katie on board to assist and advise our clients.”

Joseph, Hollander & Craft LLC now has 17 attorneys and offices in Wichita, Kansas City, Lawrence & Topeka. The firm’s primary practice areas include complex criminal defense, civil litigation, management employment and labor law, commercial law and family law.

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