Catherine L. Doyle is a member of the firm’s Litigation Department. Her practice spans a wide array of complex commercial litigation and internal investigations.
Ms. Doyle has represented clients in federal and state courts across the country, and she has advocated before arbitration panels and mediators. Her practice covers a broad range of subject areas, including professional liability claims, mass torts and class action defense, and labor and employment disputes. As an experienced litigator, she is well-versed in drafting pleadings, managing all aspects of discovery, drafting and arguing pre-trial motions, working with expert and lay witnesses, and negotiating settlements. Her white collar defense and internal investigation work involves interviewing witnesses, reviewing business records, and providing advice regarding potential liabilities. She maintains an active pro bono practice of both civil and criminal cases, and is passionate about mentoring junior attorneys. Her prior professional background includes commercial litigation experience as an associate at international law firms and e-discovery review management experience as an analyst for a large consulting firm.
Ms. Doyle received her J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School in 2005. In law school, she was a research assistant to Professor Bernard E. Harcourt, and she assisted Professor Harcourt with a successful death penalty appeal before the Supreme Court of Alabama. She received her A.B. in English and political science from Guilford College, graduating with honors and with departmental honors in English.