Katherine E. Anderegg
Katie is an associate attorney in the Litigation Division primarily practicing in the Insurance Defense department. She works with insurance companies to defend a variety of claims and/or lawsuits including, but not limited to, professional liability, wrongful death, personal injury, property damage, and tort claims.
She represents a broad range of clients, including insurance companies, banks, financial institutions, commercial and individual property owners, product designers and manufacturers, and employers. Clients working with Katie can expect prompt communication, accurate analysis, and thoughtful advice relating to strategy and tactics.
Katie represents clients in district court hearings and trials and has experience before the U.S. District Courts of Northern Iowa and Southern Iowa.
Presentations & Publications
• Defense Update: Case Law Update, Iowa Defense Counsel Association, Vol. XXI, No. 4, Fall 2019
• Defense Update: Case Law Update, Iowa Defense Counsel Association, Vol. XX, No. 5, Spring 2019
• Employer Diversity Initiatives: What Are the Legal Risks?, For The Defense, Vol. 60, No. 1, 2018
Katie is a member of the Young Professionals Connection. She volunteers her time assisting organizations, such as Drake Law Women and the Polk County Women Attorneys, with philanthropic events to raise money for the Young Women’s Resource Center and Children and Families of Iowa.
Katie earned her Juris Doctor at Drake University Law School graduating with high honors in 2017. She was a staff member of the Drake Law Review and served as a mentor to younger law students. Katie was also prominently involved in Drake Law Women, serving as the philanthropy co-chair. Katie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication studies from the University of Iowa. She was a member of Alpha Phi sorority and was inducted into the Order of Omega Honors Fraternity for her excellent academic record.
Prior to joining Davis Brown in 2020, Katie was an associate attorney at Bradshaw, Fowler, Proctor, & Fairgrave for three years. During law school, she clerked at Bradshaw, West Bank, and the Coppola law firm. She was also a student attorney at the Drake University Legal Clinic, working primarily on juvenile delinquency matters, including appearing in court on behalf of her clients.