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Kate Sedey

The Case Law Firm, LLC
Employment Law

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250 S. Wacker Dr., Suite 230
Chicago, IL 60606
United States
T: 312-920-0400
F: 312-920-0800

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I am a plaintiff's employment attorney representing individuals who have been the victim of discrimination, retaliation, wrongful discharge, unequal pay and wage violations in the Illinois area. If you or anyone you know of is looking for assistance regarding this type of potential legal violation, please call me at 312-920-0400.

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Kate Sedey is an Associate Attorney with The Case Law Firm. Ms. Sedey graduated with honors from Chicago-Kent College of Law where she received her Juris Doctorate and a Certificate in Labor & Employment Law. Prior to joining The Case Law Firm as an Associate Attorney Ms. Sedey worked as a law clerk for the firm for three years. Ms. Sedey has worked on a wide variety of legal projects and has a diverse body of experience in employment law firms – from researching and drafting legal memorandums and briefs, arguing motions, and negotiating settlements, to interviewing witnesses, and answering and organizing discovery. Ms. Sedey graduated cum laude with a Bachelors of Science from New York University where she studied Urban Education Reform & Policy. While at NYU, Ms. Sedey served as a research assistant for several professors and interned at the NYU Institute for Education & Social Policy. Ms. Sedey’s interest in employment law developed early and she has been working in plaintiff’s employment law firms since high school. During her under-graduate years, she assisted in a nation-wide class action lawsuit representing women who had been discriminated against on the job. More recently, she served as a paralegal at Penny Nathan Kahan & Associates in Chicago. Ms. Sedey actively pursued her interest in employment issues while studying law at Chicago-Kent. She participated in the Labor & Employment Certificate program, and was a two-time recipient of a scholarship from Chicago-Kent’s Institute for Law & the Workplace. In addition, Ms. Sedey was a member of the Chicago-Kent Moot Court Honor Society, for which she participated in the national Wagner Labor & Employment Law Moot Court Competition and later coached a team attending the same competition. In her role on the Chicago-Kent Law Review, Ms. Sedey was approved for publication of an article entitled, “Applying the Discovery Rule to Title VII Pay Discrimination Claims: One Post-Ledbetter Strategy.” Ms. Sedey received an award for excellence in legal writing, and served as a legal writing Teaching Assistant in her final year of law school.

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