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    Katherine Heid Harris is an associate in the business litigation department. Her practice focuses on complex business litigation—from drafting or answering complaints, fact discovery, expert discovery, dispositive motion practice, and up through trial and appeal. Ms. Heid Harris's current representation includes student loan servicers on both the plaintiff and defense side, insurers in coverage disputes, and companies defending Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class actions. Prior to joining Locke Lord LLP, Ms. Heid Harris was lead law clerk for Chief Justice Frank J. Williams of the Rhode Island Supreme Court.

    Representative Experience

    • Representing student loan lenders/servicers in nationwide borrower litigation and related bankruptcy matters.
    • Representing corporations in putative nationwide class action involving alleged violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
    • Representing insurers in coverage disputes.
    • Representing mortgage lenders/servicers in litigation challenging aspects of the electronic mortgage registration system.
    • Representing mortgage lenders/servicers in litigation alleging violations of state unfair competition laws, fraud and violations of TILA, RESPA and FCRA.
    • Representing foreign nationals in litigation alleging fraud and conspiracy related to prior business affiliations.
    • Representing plaintiffs in civil rights class action.
    • Representing asylum-seekers on a pro bono basis.

    Professional History

    • Associate, Locke Lord LLP
    • Judicial Clerk, Chief Justice Frank J. Williams, Rhode Island Supreme Court

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