Caitlyn (Kate) Mancuso

Caitlyn (Kate) Mancuso

Associate
Philadelphia

Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +1 267 675 4698

Fax +1 267 675 4601

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Kate Mancuso understands that in business, reputation is everything. Kate knows how to protect her clients' integrity and preserve their brand value when those intangible assets are threatened.

Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Kate was a financial advisor and business owner, where she honed her ability to anticipate her clients' needs and create detailed solutions to complex problems. As a litigation associate in Philadelphia, her practice focuses on insurance litigation, regulatory and internal investigations, and data breach litigation. Kate has a keen sense for facts and details that makes her an asset on any investigation team and enables her to craft compelling arguments in the face of challenging legal issues. Her pro bono efforts involve Social Security appeals for individuals who were wrongfully denied benefits, and she is currently representing the City of Philadelphia on a petition for allocatur before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court relating to municipal authority to regulate firearms.

During her time at Penn Law, Kate had the honor of serving as a Littleton Fellow and was Executive Editor for The Regulatory Review. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband, Tim, and their three dogs: Sinatra, Guinness, and Congo.

Education and admissions

Education

J.D., University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2020

B.A. Economics, University of Pennsylvania, 2011

Memberships

Pennsylvania Bar Association

Philadelphia Bar Association

Bar admissions and qualifications

Pennsylvania

Court admissions

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania

Representative experience

On a case of first impression in New Jersey, successfully quashed a third-party subpoena from a DUI defendant seeking proprietary and confidential information from a laboratory drug testing provider.

In a COVID-19 property insurance coverage dispute, persuaded the Northern District of Illinois to rule in favor of the property insurer despite mixed authority on a key coverage issue.

Successfully appealed the initial denial of Social Security Income benefits for a disabled client, resulting in back pay benefits of approximately US$40,000 as well as future benefits.