Kathleen Ingram Carrington
Kat formerly served as a law clerk to the Honorable Rhesa H. Barksdale, U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit. Her practice is focused on Product Liability Litigation and Appellate and Written Advocacy.
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- Mississippi, 2012
- U.S. District Courts
- Mississippi: Northern, Southern
- U.S. Court of Appeals
- 5th Circuit
- Benchmark Litigation
- Member of the team selected as nationwide Product Liability Firm of the Year, 2018
- University of Mississippi, J.D., magna cum laude, 2012
- Assistant Articles Editor, Mississippi Law Journal, 2011-12
- Outstanding Student Award, Sports Law, Spring 2011
- Dean’s Leadership Council
- Phi Alpha Delta
- Louisiana State University, B.A., Mass Communication: Public Relations, 2009
- Clerkship, Honorable Rhesa H. Barksdale, U.S. Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit
- Specializes in personal injury and product liability litigation related to recalled products and allegations of product defect.
- Represents clients in areas of recreational vehicles, industrial machinery, and automobiles in product liability and personal injury defense cases.
- Obtained a directed verdict in favor of the defense in an election contest challenging the results of the general election for the office of Mayor. Perkins v. McAdams; In the Circuit Court of Leflore County, Mississippi; No. 2013-0047CICI.
- Obtained a defense verdict in wage-and-hour matter on behalf of a private correctional institution. Walker, et al. v. Corrections Corporation of America, No. 4:14cv142-SA-SAA, 2016 WL 3087834 (N.D. Miss. Mar. 22, 2016).
- Carrington selected for Leadership Council - Mississippi Business Journal
- Butler Snow Attorney Kathleen Ingram Carrington Selected for Leadership Council on Legal Diversity’s Fellows Program
- 5th Circ. Backs Deere Arbitration Bid in Contract Dispute - Law360
- Butler Snow Ranked No. 2 in Lex Machina’s ‘Top Law Firm Report’
- Co-Speaker, “Are Confidential Pre-Suit Investigations Actually Confidential? Understanding the Unsettled Privilege of Self-Critical Analysis,” 2017 DRI Products Liability Seminar, Las Vegas, Nevada
- Author, “The Confidentiality of Pre-Suit Investigations,” Am. Bar Assoc., Products Liability Litigation (Jan. 30, 2017), available at http://www.americanbar.org.
- Author, “Are Confidential Pre-Suit Investigations Actually Confidential? Understanding the Unsettled Privilege of Self-Critical Analysis,” Butler Snow Product Liability & Complex Litigation Update (Mar. 29, 2017), available at https://www.butlersnow.com/2017/03/product-liability-complex-litigation-vol-1-no-1/
- Co-Author, "Noneconomic Damages: A State-By-State Survey of Limiting Caps and Their Constitutionality," IADC Committee Newsletter, Product Liability, June 2014
- Author, "Hats, Bats, and Antitrust: An Analysis of American Needle and the Major League Baseball Antitrust Exemption," 1 Mississippi Sports Law Review 131 (2012).