Caitlin Poe is a litigation and regulatory compliance attorney who represents criminal and civil clients, with a particular focus on representing professional clients adverse to the federal government. Her substantive areas of experience include criminal and civil cases involving securities regulation, intellectual property, environmental compliance, health care fraud, and financial fraud. Caitlin also represents business entities and individuals in connection with government and internal investigations. Caitlin is also skilled in managing complex civil litigation matters in federal court.
A skilled criminal attorney can work with entities and individuals who are not subject to government scrutiny—and help make sure they stay that way. Caitlin works with businesses to conduct internal investigations of potential violations of policy or law, and to identify appropriate remedial actions to protect the business’s interests. Caitlin also assists individuals and entities in responding to subpoenas from government agencies or grand juries, identifying and producing documents, preparing for interviews or testimony, and working with clients to identify and address any issues or potential exposure through this process.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Caitlin M. Poe