CAROLINE WOOD focuses her practice on advising and representing clients in ERISA litigation, securities and shareholder derivative matters, and complex commercial disputes. In the ERISA space, Caroline has defended 401(k) plans and health insurance companies against a wide array of class action claims. Caroline also has extensive experience drafting dipositive motions, litigating discovery disputes, working with expert witnesses, and taking depositions.
Caroline is fluent in Spanish and routinely uses her language skills in matters with both domestic and international clients. She also maintains an active pro bono practice, representing clients in both Section 1983 and immigration matters.
Caroline joined the firm following a clerkship for Chief Judge Rebecca R. Pallmeyer of the Northern District of Illinois. While in law school at the University of Chicago, she was the executive editor of the Chicago Journal of International Law. Prior to law school, Caroline was a middle and high school English teacher.
*Admitted to practice only in Illinois. Not admitted to practice in New York.