Kate Hollist

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Kate Hollist

Kate is a partner at Pacific Trial Attorneys and a seasoned litigator with a focus on advocating for consumer rights in digital settings. She has handled numerous cases for plaintiffs and defendants alike involving claims of false advertisement, deceptive trade practices, website accessibility, digital privacy rights, sweepstakes and contest disputes, and cryptocurrency theft.

Kate has obtained multiple eight-figure settlement results for her clients in a variety of settings and has experience handling arbitrations, mediations, and litigation in court. She has a passion for cutting edge, tech-related law which regularly sees her helping her clients navigate uncharted legal territory. Her 2015 law review publication on esports law, the first of its kind, has been cited to by hundreds of subsequent authors. In 2023, she obtained a landmark ruling for consumers when, in a matter of first impression, a federal judge adopted her novel argument that the Electronic Funds Transfer Act applies to cryptocurrency exchanges. She has been invited to speak on tech-related subjects including geofencing, AI technology, esports, and cryptocurrency law. Kate graduated from Brigham Young University in 2010 and attended James E. Rogers College of Law, where she graduated summa cum laude in 2016.

Contact Note: Kate does not have voicemail and does not take unscheduled calls. If you wish to communicate with her, use e-mail.

Kate is presently admitted to practice in Arizona.