Oluoma Kas-Osoka is an associate who focuses her practice on the defense of product liability claims for clients in an array of industries. She has experience handling various aspects of litigation including case analysis, recommendations, strategy, and all phases of the discovery process.
Prior to joining Bowman and Brooke, Oluoma focused her practice on insurance coverage matters concerning directors and officer’s liability, professional liability, employment practices liability, and errors and omissions coverage.
While in law school, Oluoma worked for the State of California Department of Justice in the Office of the Attorney General as a legal intern for the Tobacco Litigation and Enforcement Section. There she developed targeted correspondence directed toward tobacco companies to assist in enforcement of tobacco laws, conducted research on emerging legal issues with electronic cigarettes, and prepared briefs for trial. Oluoma was also a legal intern to the Honorable Judge Leslie G. Landau in the Superior Court of California of Contra Costa County where she produced trial memoranda and attended bench trials, jury selections, arraignments and observed direct examination and cross-examination of witnesses.
Oluoma is passionate about increasing diversity in the legal profession through retention of minority attorneys. Apart from her practice, Oluoma enjoys spending time with her family and following her favorite sports teams.