Katherine Lamberth | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Katherine Lamberth
Katherine Lamberth

Katherine Lamberth

Associate, Washington, DC


Katherine Lamberth is an associate in the Banking Group of White & Case based in the Firm's Washington, DC office. Her practice focuses on advising banking organizations and other financial institutions on issues that arise under U.S. banking and consumer protection laws.

In particular, she regularly advises on regulatory, compliance and transactional issues relating to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, National Bank Act, Bank Holding Company Act, Bank Secrecy Act, and various other federal and state laws. Katherine has also represented financial services clients on regulatory matters before federal and state agencies.

Katherine's experience includes an internship at the Securities and Exchange Commission in the Enforcement Division, where she worked on investigations and enforcement proceedings involving violations of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Katherine also worked as a legal intern at the Department of Justice and as a judicial intern for the Honorable Richard L. Voorhees of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina.

Bars and Courts

  • North Carolina State Bar
  • District of Columbia Bar


  • JD, University of North Carolina
  • BA, Bucknell University


  • English


Speaking Engagements

NARCA Webinar: Industry Experts Discussion on the CFPB's Outline of Proposals, August 1, 2016: NARCA Legal Learning


  • Accountability on the Rise for Bank Officers—Implications of the NYDFS AML Personal Liability Proposal, The Banking Law Journal, March 2016, (co-author)
  • Increasing Transparency in the Forum Selection Process: When Should the CFPB Use Its Administrative Forum?, American Bar Association's Consumer Financial Services Committee Newsletter, March 2016, (co-author)
  • High Court Request Bodes Well For Madden Review, Law 360, March 31, 2016
  • Solicitor General in Madden Supports, but Fails to Ensure, the Application of Federal Preemption Doctrine to the Secondary Loan Market and Fate of "Valid-When-Made Principle" , Journal of Taxation and Regulation of Financial Institutions, May/June 2016