Katherine (Katie) is an associate in the litigation department. She concentrates her practice in the areas of state civil litigation, family law, municipal, land use, and condemnation law and government liability & civil rights defense.
Prior to joining Lamb McErlane, Katie served as a summer law clerk at Lamb McErlane and as a law clerk with the Honorable Ann Marie Wheatcraft, Chester County Court of Common Pleas.
While attending Temple University Beasley School of Law, Katie was appointed as a Teaching Assistant for the school’s Legal Research and Writing Program and for a first year Contracts course.
She has her undergraduate degree from the University of Delaware and her J.D. from Temple University – James E. Beasley School of Law.
- Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
- Supreme Court of New Jersey
- U.S. District Court of the District of New Jersey
- United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
- University of Delaware
- Temple University – James E. Beasley School of Law, J.D.
COMMUNITY SERVICE & AFFILIATIONS:
- Member, Chester County Bar Association
- Member, Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Member, Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry
- Willowdale Steeplechase, Executive Committee Member
- Stroud Water Research Center, Event Committee Member
- Chester County Fund for Woman and Girls, Grants Allocation Committee [former]
In the News
- Lamb McErlane PC Sponsors the Jump for Willowdale Steeplechase Annual Fundraiser
- Health Law Newsletter Fall 2018
- Health Law Newsletter – Fall 2017
- Lamb McErlane PC Attorney Katherine E. LaDow was a Featured Emerging Leader in the 2017 CCCBI Guide
- Punitive Damages for Motor Vehicle Accidents Caused by Texting and Driving
- U.S. Department of Justice Issues Two 2018 Memoranda Related to Actions Brought Under the False Claims Act
- Dissenting Doctors’ Rights in Partnership Mergers
- Medical Labs Do Not Have to Independently Verify Medical Necessity Tests
- Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Proposes Changes for Implantable Heart Devices
- Doctor Ordered to Pay Nearly $65,000 to Former Employer for Breach of Recruitment and Employment Agreements
- Health Law Newsletter – Fall 2017
- Oversight Requirements and Regulations for Supervising Physician Assistants
- CMS Issues Proposed Rule to Implement New Medicare Billing and Payment Schedule for Telehealth Reimbursements
- CMS Issues Proposed Rule to Increase Flexibility and Reduce Burdens in the Quality Payment Program
- Common Questions for Newly Licensed Physicians in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
- Should Your Health Care Client Sign a Letter of Intent?
- Centers for Medicare & Medical Services (CMS) Announces New Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol
- The Department of Health and Human Services Publishes a Final Rule to Revamp Medicare Appeals with Administrative Law Judges
- Office of Inspector General Urgent Alert: US Department of Health & Human Service Hotline Telephone Number Used in Scam
- New Episode Payment Models Reward Providers That Promote Quick Patient Recovery
- The Department of Health and Human Services Provides New Guidance Regarding the Disclosure of Protected Health Information to “Loved Ones”
- 21st Century Cures Act Imposes High Penalties Upon Healthcare Providers For Electronic Information Blocking
- Commonwealth Court of PA Orders Hospital to Release Former Employee’s Drug Test Results
- OIG Approves Proposal to Use a Preferred Hospital Network by Medicare Supplemental Health Insurance Insurers
- Office of Inspector General (OIG) Work Plan 2017
- OIG Approves Proposal to Implement Computerized Point-of-Care Vaccine Storage and Dispensing Systems for use in Physicians’ Office
- The Newest Trend in Online Medicine: Telehealth
- Interacting With “Excluded” Individuals or Entities Could Subject Health Care Providers to Severe Civil Monetary Penalties – Legal Intelligencer Article
- HHS Issues Proposal to Modernize How Medicare Pays Physicians for Quality – Legal Intelligencer Article