Kate Kliebert

Kate Kliebert

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Business Litigation Attorney in Charlotte, NC

Kliebert Law, PLLC
 | 200 Providence Road, Suite 206
Charlotte, NC 28207
Phone: 704-940-5581
Fax: 704-940-5585
Selected to Rising Stars: 2019
Licensed Since: 2011
Practice Areas:
  • Business Litigation (30%),
  • Business/Corporate (30%),
  • Consumer Law (20%),
  • Intellectual Property (10%),
  • Closely Held Business (10%)
Attorney Profile

Kate founded Kliebert Law to collaborate with her clients on a more personal level. The firm's goal is to make sophisticated legal services accessible to individuals and small businesses. By making the effort to hear and understand our clients' goals, the firm anticipates problems before they arise, allowing us to provide efficient and proactive solutions to potential setbacks. The firm provides counsel on day-to-day business operations to its clients, including the drafting and review of employment contracts, service agreements, website privacies policies and terms of use, and non-disclosure agreements. We also advise clients on data privacy issues such as recovery from identity theft (both personal and business) and compliance with breach notification laws. Kate is an experienced litigator and assists clients with business litigation matters when necessary. 

About Kate Kliebert

Admitted: 2011, North Carolina

Professional Webpage: https://www.kliebertlaw.com

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • Women Lawyers of Charlotte, President, 2019
  • Privacy & Data Security Committee, N.C. Bar Association, 2018
  • Women Lawyers of Charlotte, Vice President, 2018
  • Women Lawyers of Charlotte, Secretary, 2017

Pro bono/Community Service:

  • Art & Science Council's Cultural Leadership Training Program, 2019
  • N.C. Pro Bono Honor Society, 2016
  • N.C. Pro Bono Honor Society, 2017

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Office Location for Kate Kliebert

200 Providence Road
Suite 206
Charlotte, NC 28207

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Last Updated: 1/22/2019

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