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Article: Your Voice Has Power - The Fight for Change Starts With You!

Your Voice Has Power - The Fight for Change Starts With You!

Your Voice Has Power - The Fight for Change Starts With You!

In the beginning, what motivated you to practice Law?
I was motivated by the desire to help people and still see it as an opportunity to help individuals through difficult business and personal circumstances.

What’s the single most important reason for your success?

I attribute my success to learning as much as I can about the law to provide the best advice, including attention to the latest decisions and new legislation.

What do you enjoy most about what you do?

I most enjoy writing a brief or letter that effectively closes the door on an argument.

Looking back, what’s one thing you would do differently?

My biggest regret is that I wasn't able to do more community activities due to the dual demands of mothering and my practice.

As a woman what do you think your superpower is?
My woman's superpower is the ability to mother kids with special needs while representing other kids with special needs.


About Katherine:

Katherine Fry’s practice focuses on employment advice to businesses both in the U.S. and abroad.  Her presentations, seminars, blog, and LinkedIn posts focus on current trends in employment such as unionization and non-compete trends; effects on the workplace of current events such as the COVID pandemic and the war in Ukraine; pending legislation; and the executive branch agencies’ agendas on employment issues. 

Katherine is a court-certified mediator and court-appointed arbitrator available to assist in quickly and affordably resolving disputes.  When necessary, she litigates cases in areas such as enforcement of non-competes; trade secret protection; discrimination under state and federal laws; wage and hour violations; and breach of many types of commercial contracts. Katherine appears on clients’ behalf in administrative proceedings before bodies such as the EEOC, OSHA, and the Department of Labor and conducts internal employee investigations and audits.  

Katherine also serves as employment counsel on corporate transactions, recently assisting a client to purchase a business for over $75 million and another client to sell his family-owned business. She reviews and drafts employment-related agreements for companies as well as for executives, where no conflicts exist.

Katherine also has a side practice representing students and parents in disputes with school districts and colleges nationwide. 

Subscribe to Katherine’s blog or request a presentation to business owners by emailing her at

Connect with Katherine on LinkedIn at Katherine-Witherspoon-fry to follow her employment law posts.

Katherine graduated from Duke University and has been practicing law, barred in Delaware, since her graduation from N.Y.U. Law School in 1994.  She has had the privilege of appearing before the U.S. Supreme Court twice.

Katherine​ Witherspoon Fry


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