Katharine Griffith works closely with Common Interest Community Associations (condominium, townhome, homeowner, Master). She provides counsel and strives to solve problems in a way that creates long-term value. In addition, Katharine reviews, analyzes, and advises clients on association legal documents and the statutes that govern them.
Prior to joining Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit in 2008, Katharine practiced litigation in the areas of securities and intellectual property law. While attending Saint Louis University School of Law, she served as a law clerk in a community association practice where she drafted and amended governing documents and contracts, and provided opinion letters to associations on related matters.
Katharine has authored materials on the subject of association law, including co-authoring an article entitled “Your Own Private Revenue” for the Community Association Institute’s (CAI) nationally published magazine (Common Ground) discussing special taxing districts nationwide. Additionally, she was recognized in the 2013 edition of Illinois Super Lawyers magazine as an Illinois "Rising Star". Inclusion in this listing is limited to less than 2.5% of lawyers under 40 years of age in the State of Illinois.