Katherine Peluso guides clients through complex multiparty construction litigation, including mediation and arbitration, and access agreement negotiations. Katherine has particular experience handling cases involving adjacent owner disputes, contract disputes, and construction defects. She regularly drafts and negotiates license agreements for both developers and neighbors involving temporary protection and license fees. She has considerable experience organizing and leading mediations, drafting mediation briefs, selecting mediators, and providing cost benefit analyses to clients. She is also experienced in handling appellate motions, construction-related class action settlements, and real property actions and proceedings law (RPAPL 881) cases.
Katherine is also an adjunct professor at the Fordham University School of Law, where she teaches oral advocacy, case strategy, evidence, and witness preparation.