Caitlin Martini Mika

Caitlin Martini Mika

Associate

Caitlin Martini Mika focuses her practice in general litigation, and has represented clients in product liability, consumer fraud, breach of contract, and mechanics' lien matters. Ms. Mika has experience in all phases of litigation, including handling all phases of the discovery process, authoring dispositive motions, and effectively representing clients at trial.

Ms. Mika graduated with a BA in Political Science and Spanish from the University of Illinois in 2011 and received her JD from Northwestern University School of Law in 2014, where she served as an Associate Editor of the Northwestern University Law Review. Ms. Mika also serves on the board of the East Village Youth Program, a nonprofit youth organization which provides tutoring and mentoring services to first-generation college students on the northwest side of Chicago.

Experience

  • Endo Pharmaceuticals and Auxilium Pharmaceuticals in product liability litigation, including an MDL, involving claims related to Testosterone Replacement Therapy products (national defense counsel team).
  • Philip Morris USA: Hunter v. PM USA (Alaska) in a wrongful death action involving claims of product liability and fraud against Philip Morris USA. The case was tried in the Fall of 2016, and resulted in a jury deadlocked 8-4 in favor of Philip Morris USA (team member).
  • Cortland Capital Market Services LLC in mechanics' lien adversary proceeding involving claims of lien priority, on behalf of the administrative and collateral agent for a debtor.
  • Robert Bosch Tool Corporation and Robert Bosch GmbH in a trade secret, correction of inventorship of patent, and breach of contract case related to power tool accessories, packaging, and measuring devices.

Credentials

Education
  • JD, Northwestern University School of Law, 2014
  • BA, University of Illinois, 2011, cum laude
Admissions
  • Illinois
  • US District Court, Northern District of Illinois
Activities
  • Board Member, East Village Youth Program
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