Kathryane O. Foster

Senior Paralegal
  • BIOGRAPHY
  • In the news

Kathryane Foster is a trial paralegal with over 25 years spent in white collar practice, commercial litigation, and intellectual property litigation. One of the original members who joined Larson LLP from Arent Fox LLP in 2016, she draws from a depth of experience in the litigation departments of the nation’s top law firms. Kathryane assists in all aspects of the discovery process, including preparation for witness and expert depositions, document productions and e-discovery, fact investigation and research, appellate practice, and trial preparation. In the firm’s highly publicized corruption case, People v. Paul Biane et al., she provided integral support to her attorneys and clients during the victorious, 10-month trial.

Prior to her career in Los Angeles, Kathryane worked at Foley & Lardner LLP in San Diego for 10 years as a senior intellectual property litigation paralegal. Her trial experience included cases involving the human genome decoder, cow cloning technology, and shoe cushioning technology. During that time, she was nominated for and selected as one of the top 20 paralegals in San Diego, and also accepted the San Diego County Distinguished Paralegals Award.

Kathryane moved to California over two decades ago from Ogden, Utah, and has enjoyed the sunshine and beaches ever since. In her spare time, she relaxes by reading, traveling, and painting.

Firm News

Larson LLP signs CA Equal Pay Pledge

The firm joins California First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom and the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls in their campaign, Equal Pay CA, to close the state's pay gap.

Benchmark Litigation

Larson LLP shortlisted for "Firm of the Year"

Larson LLP is one of seven Los Angeles firms recognized as finalists for Benchmark Litigation’s 2021 "Firm of the Year" award.

Daily Journal

County agrees to pay $65M to acquitted developer

San Bernardino County, Colonies Partners L.P., and Jeffrey Burum reached a $65 million settlement to resolve the First Amendment civil case, retaliation, and malicious prosecution.

San Bernardino Sun | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

San Bernardino County to pay $65M in Colonies case

San Bernardino County will pay Rancho Cucamonga developer Jeffrey Burum and his Colonies Partners investor group $65 million to settle a lawsuit filed by Mr. Burum in 2018 that alleged malicious prosecution.

Law360

County settles 'retaliatory prosecution suit'

San Bernardino County will pay $65 million to end the federal court suit accusing the county of the retaliatory investigation and malicious prosecution of Jeffrey Burum, the parties announced on Nov. 24, 2020.

Los Angeles Business Journal

Larson LLP named among L.A.’s most admired firms

Larson LLP is recognized as one of the “Most Admired Law Firms: L.A.’s Top Firms to Work For” of 2020 for consciously working toward creating a diverse, positive, and supportive environment to help drive the firm’s success.

  • EDUCATION

    University of California, San Diego, ABA Certified Paralegal Degree

    Weber State University