Kayla has experience with a variety of litigation matters including environmental liability, toxic tort, product liability, contract disputes, and employment law matters.
Kayla’s litigation practice primarily consists of representing large corporations in toxic tort and environmental litigation in federal and state courts across the United States. Kayla is actively involved in all stages of litigation including analyzing, researching, drafting and responding to various pleadings, dispositive motions, procedural motions, responding to and drafting written discovery requests, as well as assisting with depositions and trial preparation.
Kayla honed her research and writing skills while serving as an intern for Judge Catherine Perry of the United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri and for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Illinois. During her internships, she researched complex legal issues, prepared memoranda of law and drafted court orders.
A St. Louis native, Kayla graduated magna cum laude from Maryville University with a B.A. in education. Kayla also speaks fluent Arabic.