pcatania@kv-legal.com  |  phone: (804) 823-4010 |  fax: (804) 823-4099

George Mason University School of Law, J.D., 1992
The George Washington University, MBA (Finance and Investments), 1987
The George Washington University, Bachelor of Accountancy, 1985

Virginia State Bar
New Jersey State Bar

Professional Affiliations
American Bar Association (Business Section)
Greater Richmond Virginia Chapter of Executive Women’s Golf Association (Past President)
Metropolitan Richmond Women’s Bar Association
National Association of Women Business Owners
Richmond Venture Forum
Two Hearts for Hope, Board of Directors

Honors and Awards
Super Lawyer, Virginia Super Lawyers, in Securities and Corporate Finance, 2006
BV® Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell

Pam specializes in corporate and securities law, with an emphasis in Regulation A and private offerings, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and private equity and debt financings, formation and governance, and other general business matters.

Pam draws on her extensive education and practical business and legal experience in assisting clients in achieving their business objectives. She has played a leading or significant role in cases, including representing a regional propane, refined petroleum and industrial gas company with multiple asset acquisitions. She has also represented both angel investors and companies in various bridge financings involving convertible debt secured by company assets, including intellectual property. Her work also includes representing small businesses and entrepreneurs. Pam has represented existing and start-up companies in successful private offerings of their respective securities, including convertible preferred stock, common stock, convertible debt and limited liability company interests, and related securities issues. She also has experience in legal matters for the film industry and has represented independent filmmakers in connection with entity formation issues for production, multimillion-dollar private offerings and related securities issues.