Karen Kam


  • Ms. Kam is a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association


Karen Kam is an associate in the Firm’s Corporate Governance and Shareholders Rights practice group in the Delaware office.

Prior to Scott+Scott, Ms. Kam worked in another firm also as a corporate governance and M&A litigator.

Prior to attending Temple Law School, Ms. Kam worked in finance as a portfolio strategist at SEI Investments; Risk Management Analyst at Merrill Lynch; and a Risk Management Intern at S.A.C. Capital Advisors.  In these roles, Ms. Kam utilized her mathematics degree to program and solve complex financial models and review risk models related to both personal and companywide portfolios.

Her experience as a litigator and her background in finance gives her a good eye in detecting alleged misconduct by corporate directors and officers.

While at Temple Law School, Ms. Kam was a PDLG (Philadelphia Diversity Law Group) Fellow.  She received the Richard J. Noonan Scholarship in 2020-2021 academic year and won the Catherine Donahue Memorial Award at graduation.

Ms. Kam is currently admitted to practice in Pennsylvania only.


  • Cahnman v. Sterling, No. 22-10124 (E.D. Mich.) (The settlement agreement provides for Sterling’s adoption and implementation of certain corporate governance reforms.)
  • In Re Facebook Inc. Derivative Litig., Consolidated C.A. No. 2018 0307 JTL (Del. Ch.) (Breach of fiduciary duties claims and insider trading claims in connection with business practices to promote profit to the detriment of users’ data privacy.)