Caroline Incledon focuses her practice on litigating complex commercial disputes before state and federal courts, focusing principally on representing clients in the financial services and healthcare industries. Among other areas of law, Caroline has handled disputes involving breach of contract, ERISA, securities fraud, antitrust, and civil RICO claims. Caroline also maintains an active pro bono practice, representing pro bono clients in family law matters.
While in law school, Caroline was on the editorial board of the American Criminal Law Review and authored a note selected for publication.
Representing a leading health insurer in several matters alleging ERISA, antitrust, RICO, and state law violations based on the health insurer’s payment practices
Won dismissal of class action complaint against health insurer by out-of-network providers alleging RICO, antitrust, and various state law claims
Won dismissal with prejudice of complaint against an online review platform filed by a putative nationwide class, alleging breach of contract and deceptive business practices
Obtained favorable ruling on class certification in purported class action against financial institution alleging antitrust violations*
Obtained affirmance of dismissal of securities fraud claims brought by a purported class of shareholders regarding the effectiveness of financial institutions’ internal controls*
*Matter handled prior to joining McDermott
American Bar Association
Society of Irish American Lawyers
Education Georgetown University Law Center, JD, 2016
Tufts University, BA, magna cum laude, 2013
Courts/Agencies US Court of Appeals Second Circuit
US District Court for the Eastern District of New York
US District Court for the Southern District of New York
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