Caroline is a trial lawyer who works to protect a company’s brand, its intellectual property, and its bottom line. Drawing upon her experience in investigations and IP & business litigation, Caroline deftly balances public perception with fiscal and legal responsibility, and approaches litigation always with the strategic goals of her clients in mind. Caroline also works closely with her clients to investigate issues that matter to their bottom line—whether it be theft of trade secrets, potential fraud, and misuse of funds—and seeks to resolve issues swiftly, ethically, and with minimal disruption to business operations. When further action is needed, she is ready to advise clients on litigation, government reporting and crisis management; helping them manage risk, fight back, recover, and move on.
In addition to her IP work, she has helped clients facing investigations or charges by state and federal prosecutors, as well as civil enforcement proceedings from regulatory agencies, such as the SEC. She has successfully defended clients against allegations of Hobbs Act extortion, public corruption, fraud, as well as violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the False Claims Act.
Caroline maintains an active pro bono practice. She has drafted amicus briefs in cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals, worked on prisoner’s rights, domestic violence, and housing cases, and currently represents children in asylum proceedings in conjunction with Kids In Need of Defense (KIND). In 2013-14, Caroline was selected to serve in the Boston Bar Association’s Public Interest Leadership Program. In 2017, she was named an Up & Coming Lawyer by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. She currently serves as the co-chair of the Mentoring Committee for the BBA’s Diversity & Inclusion Section.