Prior to joining AP&S, Caroline lived and worked in Tulsa, Oklahoma where she represented corporate entities and individuals in contract and employment disputes. While there, Caroline successfully overturned the Oklahoma Supreme Court’s decision to deny her reciprocity admission based upon its interpretation of Rule Two of the Oklahoma Rules. She also successfully briefed and assisted in a case declaring the Oklahoma Drug Dealer Liability Act unconstitutional, which was later affirmed on appeal. Caroline started her career in Boston defending product liability matters in catastrophic injury cases, and representing insurance companies and their insureds in personal injury matters, before moving to Connecticut, where she focused on corporate litigation.
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Seminars / Publications
•Legal Issues of Fixed Base Operators, Independent Fixed Base Operators Association Regional Aviation Trade Show, Hyannis, Massachusetts, September 2008.
•Member, Rhode Island Bar Association
•Member, Connecticut Bar Association
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