Catherine Bailly's practice focuses on the discovery phase of complex litigation, including managing discovery in pharmaceutical litigations, antitrust matters, class actions, and a wide array of civil and criminal government investigations. Her experience has encompassed the collection, review, and production phases of document discovery as well as motion practice, deposition and trial preparation.
As part of her practice, Ms. Bailly has supervised large discovery teams and has developed a strategic and tactical understanding of how to protect and manage the attorney client privilege and work product doctrine protections. She has also assisted the firm's FDA/Healthcare practice group with document collection, review, and preparation of work product for internal investigations and compliance enhancement exercises involving medical products.
Ms. Bailly is active in the firm's pro bono practice, most recently in a counseling and advocacy program for Medicare assistance, as well as with the Election Protection coalition program assuring voter equal opportunity for participation in the political process.
Ms. Bailly is a graduate of Boston University School of Law where she was a member of the American Journal of Law and Medicine. She received her Bachelor degree in History and Archaeology from Tufts University.
- JD, Boston University School of Law, 2003
- BA, Tufts University, 2000
- District of Columbia