Caroline M. Shulim is an Associate in HDRB&B’s Litigation and White-Collar Criminal Defense practice groups. She represents both corporate and individual clients in a wide range of complex commercial litigation matters, in federal and state court. Caroline has worked on cases involving breach of contract, fraud, unfair competition, intellectual property (including trade secret infringement), insurance coverage, whistleblower, and other business disputes.

Prior to joining HDRB&B, Caroline was an associate at a New York City employment law firm and defense-side litigation boutique, where she practiced legal malpractice defense.

Caroline graduated from Columbia Law School, where she was designated a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar for academic achievement, and won the E. Allan Farnsworth annual competition for note writing. She authored a published article, A Path Toward an Increased Role for the United States in Patent Infringement Litigation, 14 CHI.-KENT J. INTELL. PROP. 485 (2015), and a note, Implementing and Defending the Indian Child Welfare Act Through Revised State Requirements, 49 COLUM. J.L. & SOC. PROB. 501 (2016).  Caroline was Bluebook Editor of the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review and was a teaching fellow.

Prior Experience

  • Associate, Koster, Brady & Nagler, LLP, 2019 – 2021
  • Associate, Wigdor LLP, 2018 – 2019
  • Associate, Virginia & Ambinder, LLP, 2017 – 2018

Publications

  • A Path Toward an Increased Role for the United States in Patent Infringement Litigation, 14 CHI.-KENT J. INTELL. PROP. 485 (2015).
  • Implementing and Defending the Indian Child Welfare Act Through Revised State Requirements, 49 COLUM. J.L. & SOC. PROB. 501 (2016).
  • Will Petrella Apply Beyond Copyright?, COLUM. SCI. & TECH. L. REV. (2014).

Education

  • Columbia Law School, J.D., 2016
  • American University, B.S., Biology, 2013

Admissions

  • New York, 2017
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York, 2017
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York, 2018