Caitlin’s practice focuses on bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, insurance matters, counterclaim defense and tort liability defense. She has experience representing financial services, insurance and other business clients and manages solutions for clients to collect payments on business contracts, including audited insurance premiums. Caitlin advises clients on best practices for contracting and commercial recoveries, and achieves clients’ objectives by employing practical, efficient and strategic litigation tactics.

Caitlin is responsible for nationwide dockets of commercial recoveries litigation and manages a network of local firms throughout the United States and Canada. She is involved in all stages of litigation, including pre-trial investigations and settlement negotiations, discovery and dispositive motions drafting, alternative dispute resolution, trial and post-judgment enforcement. Caitlin has experience litigating in both state and federal courts. 

Before attending law school, Caitlin worked as a legal administrative assistant at Shook. She rejoined the firm after earning her J.D. and serving as counsel to a startup in Washington, D.C., where she provided legal advice on managing and reducing legal risks for the business during the formation and initial growth stages.

Caitlin also maintains an interest in international law and politics. During law school, she worked as a legislative assistant for a leading insurance company, monitoring the interests of the company at the state, federal and international levels and providing support in the areas of law, policy, communications, research, public relations and political compliance. Caitlin has also interned with a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and with the Irish Parliament (Oireachtas).