- New York Labor Law
- Business & Commercial Litigation
- Trucking & Transportation
- Appellate Strategy & Advocacy
- Connecticut State Bar
- New York State Bar
- District of Connecticut
- Eastern District of New York
- Southern District of New York
Susan W. Mason, Esq.
Susan Mason is an Associate Attorney at Kahana Feld's Connecticut and New York offices. Ms. Mason focuses her practice primarily on New York Labor Law and general liability matters, and has experience defending clients in high-exposure professional liability, commercial property, product liability, and intellectual property disputes. She approaches all matters with a keen attention to detail, enabling her to hone in on key issues and identify critical weaknesses in adversarial claims.
Ms. Mason is an exceptionally-skilled and persuasive legal writer, both offensively and defensively. Prior to joining Kahana Feld, she won summary judgment in a protracted, high-stakes litigation in federal court and defeated multiple motions for sanctions, gaining the upper hand for her clients and forcing opposing counsel to resort to settlement.
As an advocate, Ms. Mason prioritizes client communication, ensuring to manage expectations throughout her zealous pursuit of their objectives. She is experienced in all aspects of litigation, from inception through to trial.
Ms. Mason received a Bachelor of Arts in both Political Science and Studio Art, with a minor in Law and Society, from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Connecticut School of Law in Hartford, Connecticut, graduating with a Certificate in Intellectual Property Law.
In her free time, Ms. Mason enjoys adventuring with her furry companion, drawing and painting, reading, and epicurious endeavors with family and friends. As a member of CT Votes for Animals, Ms. Mason helps effectuate pro-animal policies at the grass roots level.
- University of Connecticut School of Law (Juris Doctor, Certificate in Intellectual Property Law)
- Hobart and William Smith Colleges (Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and Studio Art, minor in Law and Society)