Karen Saab-Dominguez Named to National Law Journal’s General Litigation Trailblazers
Karen Saab-Dominguez, partner and vice chair of Goldberg Segalla’s Transportation practice group and a member of the firm’s 24/7 Rapid Response and OSHA Rapid Response team, has been named to The National Law Journal’s 2023 list of General Litigation Trailblazers.
Karen was recognized for her litigation skills with regional and national transportation, retail, and construction clients, as well as her role as a trailblazer for championing others.
Throughout her career, Karen has broken down barriers, not only as a leader, but also as an advocate for diversity and inclusion in law. A first-generation Latina-American born to Colombian immigrants, she’s ascended the legal profession as a woman of color committed to advocacy, having started her career as an assistant district attorney in Bronx County.
Karen is a founder and director of the Latino Judges Association Foundation, and of Goldberg Segalla’s Women’s Initiative where she commits herself as a mentor to young female attorneys to help them navigate the challenges of the legal industry and grow as professionals. She chairs the Advanced Skills Program at the nationally recognized Trucking Industry Defense Association and previously chaired the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance.
Each year, the National Law Journal publishes the Trailblazer lists, spotlighting select professionals who are agents of change in their respective practice areas.
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Karen Saab-Dominguez has a wealth of experience representing trucking companies and truck drivers in accident-related claims alleging personal injury, catastrophic loss, and property damage in all stages of litigation. She serves in a leadership role as a vice chair of the Transportation practice group. Karen is a member the firm-wide 24/7 Rapid Response and OSHA Rapid Response groups for trucking and construction clients, and is a frequent lecturer on emerging legal trends and other topics of interest within these industries. She is a leader in the firm’s Women’s Initiative and previously served as co-chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM).