Caitlin Feeney represents companies, financial institutions, and individuals in complex civil litigation and shareholder derivative lawsuits, as well as in inquiries and investigations by the Department of Justice. Claims at issue in these matters have included securities fraud, Fourth and Fifth Amendment violations, legal malpractice, breach of contract, and RICO. Ms. Feeney has also assisted clients in internal investigations and in the review and enhancement of their internal compliance programs.
Prior to joining Latham full-time, Ms. Feeney was a summer associate in the New York office.
While attending Cornell Law School, Ms. Feeney served as the articles editor for the Cornell International Law Journal and as an honors fellow in the school’s Lawyering Program. In her second year of law school, she worked as a clinical student at Cornell’s Death Penalty Clinic. In her third year, Ms. Feeney served as a clinical expert for the Racial Justice Program at the American Civil Liberties Union. During law school, Ms. Feeney served as a summer judicial intern for Judge Jennifer C. Boal of the US District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
Prior to law school, Ms. Feeney earned her BA from Claremont McKenna College.