Cathryn Le Regulski counsels management on employment law compliance issues, hiring and terminating employees, effective management of difficult employees, proprietary information and trade secret protection, workplace investigations and developing and implementing personnel practices. As part of her counseling practice, Cathryn assists employers with drafting employment agreements and restrictive covenants, offers training to management on compliance with employment laws and investigates allegations of misconduct, including sexual harassment investigations.

In addition to counseling management, Cathryn also provides counsel to companies on a full range of employment-related needs in connection with mergers, acquisitions (both buy-side and sell-side), spinoffs, diligence, financings and corporate structuring and handles complex employee integration issues arising from mergers and acquisitions.

Cathryn's practice additionally includes litigation involving discrimination claims – including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family and Medical Leave Act – and retaliation, breach of contract and tort claims. In addition to representing management clients in federal and state courts, she handles matters before administrative agencies, such as the EEOC and DOL.

Cathryn is co-chair of the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Resource Group, as well as chair of DLA Piper's Leadership Alliance for Women (LAW) for the Northern Virginia office.