Kathryn Camerlengo is an Associate with Gray•Duffy in the firm’s Redwood City office. She is a second generation member of the California State Bar and the San Mateo County Bar Association.
Ms. Camerlengo’s practice focuses on labor and employment matters, business owners’ liability, professional liability, personal injury and construction defect litigation. Her work experience includes filing and opposing summary judgment motions, taking and defending depositions and handling extensive written discovery. She takes an aggressive approach toward defending clients but, also helps negotiate favorable settlements when appropriate.
Additionally, Ms. Camerlengo represents both employers and employees in connection with all types of employment-related issues arising under both state and federal laws, including wage and hour disputes, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination, unfair competition, and trade secret misappropriation. She has experience handling class action wage and hour claims, individual and representative Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) matters, and NLRB charges and complaints. She has successfully litigated and settled multiple cases, in both state and federal court, involving allegations of failure to accommodate disabilities. She also has handled Consumers Legal Remedies Act (CLRA) claims involving the food industry.
Ms. Camerlengo earned her J.D. from Lincoln Law School in San Jose and her B.A. from the University of California at Riverside, where she was a four-year starting scholarship athlete on their D-1 women’s soccer team.
- California State Bar
- San Mateo County Bar Association
Legal Writings, Articles and Publications
- Article: Medicare Set-Aside Accounts for Future Medical Expenses in Personal Injury Claims Published by: Claims Journal
- Article: The Timeless Question of “How many occurrences?”
Published by: American Bar Association, Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section – Insurance Coverage Litigation Newsletter