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Caroline practices at the intersection of cybersecurity, government enforcement, and intellectual property. Her interdisciplinary experience enables her to guide her clients through crises, defend them in high-stakes litigation, and manage enterprise risk strategically, effectively, and efficiently.
Caroline is a litigator and trial lawyer who focuses her practice on litigation and disputes in the technology space, particularly cases touching on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, trade secret misappropriation, trademark infringement, and data breach matters. Clients across diverse industries also engage Caroline to help them respond to cyber incidents, including suspected network intrusions, ransomware incidents, and data breaches. Her extensive experience designing and conducting investigations helps her clients identify root causes, assess incident response effectiveness, and use those investigative findings to strategically enhance IP protections, compliance, and cybersecurity programs -- all with the goal of effectively managing the company's reputational, legal, and financial risks.
Caroline was named an Up & Coming Lawyer by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly in 2017, and has been recognized by Super Lawyers from 2016 - 2022. She formerly served as co-chair of Orrick's firmwide DEI initiative and as an ambassador in the Move the Needle initiative, a trailblazing collaboration between Orrick, Diversity Lab, leading GCs, and three other law firms to advance diversity and inclusion in the legal profession through ambitious goals and bold experimentation. Caroline maintains an active pro bono practice, representing children and refugees in asylum proceedings in conjunction with the Political Asylum / Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project. She has also drafted amicus briefs in cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals in the areas of technology, criminal justice, and reproductive rights.