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Kaitlyn is a member of the Corporate group, where she focuses on capital markets and securities, fund structuring, and transactional matters such as mergers, acquisitions, and acquisition financings. She is a former Lowenstein summer associate.
As an intern in the highly competitive U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Student Honors Program, Kaitlyn assisted in the trial unit of the enforcement division.
Throughout law school, she worked closely with tax law professor Bradley Borden on research and drafting for the treatise, Limited Liability Entities: State by State Guide to LLCs, LLPs, and LPs; the casebook LLCs and Partnerships: Legal Concepts, Finance, Tax, and Business Planning; and various articles and CLE presentations.
In the summer of 2018, Kaitlyn interned for the Hon. Ann M. Donnelly of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
After receiving her undergraduate degree, Kaitlyn worked for three years as a paralegal in a law firm, where she focused on implementing asset protection techniques for high net worth clients through estate planning, wills, and a wide variety of trusts. She drafted business formation documents for limited partnerships, limited liability companies, S and C corporations, and sole proprietorships; prepared estate tax and gift tax returns; and assisted lawyers in the representation of clients in securities arbitration cases before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.