Caitlin Dahl represents companies in complex commercial litigation, mass arbitrations, class actions, and investigations.
Ms. Dahl helps clients navigate business-threatening disputes, including:
- Government enforcement actions
- Government investigations, including by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
- Environmental disputes
- Mass arbitrations
- Multidistrict class actions
- Business-to-business disputes
She brings sophisticated research, writing, and oral advocacy skills to each matter. Ms. Dahl collaborates with clients and her teams to translate complex legal issues and to partner on commercial solutions.
Ms. Dahl maintains an active pro bono practice with a particular focus on representing women who have been victims of domestic violence, LGBTQ+ asylum seekers, classes of incarcerated people, and veterans seeking US citizenship.
Active in firm leadership, she serves on the firm's Mentoring Committee, has served on the Recruiting and Training & Career Enhancement Committees, was a Co-Chair of the Women Lawyers Group, and is a member of the Parents Lawyer Group.
During law school, Ms. Dahl participated on the National Appellate Moot Court team and interned at a county prosecutor’s office.