- Professional Overview
Katie is a seasoned management-side traditional labor attorney with more than fifteen years NLRB, campaign and first chair bargaining experience across industries including transportation, manufacturing, building trades, healthcare, education, retail, industrial, mining, manufacturing and others. During her career she has been responsible for more than 150 collective bargaining agreements across the US and Canada. She has managed nationwide Corporate Campaigns across multiple industries, managed numerous organizing campaigns; including micro-units, mail ballot elections and decertifications, as well as neutrality agreements, strikes, including a hunger strike. In addition to managing campaigns and bargaining, she has served as a Management Trustee on multiple Taft Hartley funds. She also provides management of NLRB matters, arbitrations and labor training to all levels of management for organizations nationwide.
In addition to her Of Counsel role at O’Hagan Meyer, Katie is the founder of Lev Law Group, LLC as well as Lev Labor, LLC, a consulting firm through which she provides support to companies through services including direct employee communication. Katie has also served as Senior Director of Labor Relations and sole lead negotiator for a $150B Fortune 10 company. In 2015 she was appointed by the Governor of Massachusetts to serve on the Massachusetts Labor Board. In addition to her Labor practice, she teaches Employment Law and Labor Law at Suffolk Law School and Employment Law at Boston College.
- Practice Areas
- Education and Admissions
- Katie earned a BA and MS from Boston College
- Katie earned her JD from Boston College Law School
- Katie is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and provides advice on federal labor relations issues throughout the country.
- News, Honors, Publications & Speeches
- In 2015, Katie, was appointed by the Governor of Massachusetts to serve on the Massachusetts Labor Board. In addition to her Labor practice, she teaches Employment Law and Labor Law at Suffolk Law School and Employment Law at Boston College.