Moran Reeves & Conn is pleased to announce the addition of a new partner
Moran Reeves & Conn is pleased to announce the addition of a new partner, Kathleen M. McCauley; associate, Susan L. Kimble; and nurse paralegal, Daryl L. M. Mathers, RN, MA.
Kate’s practice will include the defense of complex litigation matters, including medical malpractice, employment disputes, and product liability. She is a well-known speaker on a variety of topics from health care and human resources risk management to social media in the work place and ACO liability. At the same time, Kate has authored articles for a variety of medical and legal publications and the University of Richmond Law Review, where she has been an Adjunct Professor of Law for 14 years. She is active in a number of professional legal associations and will soon begin her term as the President of the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys for 2014 – 2015. She has been recognized by her peers as a Virginia Super Lawyer, Virginia’s Legal Elite, Best Lawyers®, and in 2013 she was named one of the Influential Women of Virginia. Kate received her B.A. from the College of William & Mary and her J.D. from the Dickinson School of Law, Pennsylvania State University.
Susan will continue to focus her practice in the defense of complex litigation, including medical malpractice and other health care disputes. She is active in a number of a variety of professional organizations, including the Richmond Bar Association and the Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys. Susan has been published in the Journal of Civil Litigation and in Insurance Law in Virginia, by Virginia CLE. She has been recognized by her peers as a Virginia Super Lawyer Rising Star. Susan is also a former Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Virginia. She received her B.A. from the University of Virginia and her J.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Law.
Daryl earned her BSN from Duke University and has a Master’s Degree from New York University. She has worked as a floor nurse on acute care medical units, on the ICU, and as a clinical specialist in Oncology, including with clinical research patients. Since leaving clinical practice, Daryl has been a nurse paralegal for the last 18 years.