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Kathryn M. Dunne

Since joining the firm in 2012, Ms. Dunne has worked on a variety of litigation matters, focusing on white collar defense and investigations, as well as securities litigation and complex civil litigation.

Ms. Dunne has worked on internal investigations on topics such as environmental compliance, document falsification, insider trading, and whistleblower retaliation. She has advised and assisted clients with regard to their interaction with the government, including advising on compliance with the FCPA and trade sanctions, responding to government subpoenas and reporting on environmental compliance. She has also conducted anti-corruption and litigation due diligence associated with corporate transactions.

Ms. Dunne also represents corporate clients in complex civil litigation in federal and state courts. Ms. Dunne has worked extensively defending a client in connection with an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission and related civil litigation, as well as serving as Plaintiffs’ counsel in a complex indemnification lawsuit.

Ms. Dunne actively participates in pro bono cases in the Chicago office with a focus on human trafficking, prisoners’ civil rights litigation, domestic violence court and probate court as a guardian ad litem. Ms. Dunne earned a Certificate in Transnational Legal Studies and graduated with Pro Bono Distinction from Georgetown University Law Center.