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Keelin  Kavanagh, Esq.

Keelin Kavanagh's broad-based general corporate litigation practice includes contract disputes, real estate, mass tort, banking, false advertising, trade dress infringement and product liability. She handles cases before state and federal trial and appellate courts, arbitrators and mediators. She also serves in federal and state courts as both an arbitrator and a mediator.

As part of her defense of manufacturers in product liability matters, she has significant experience working with scientific, medical and technology experts to assist on issues of corporate responsibility, regulatory challenges and litigation both in the US and throughout Europe. She has advised international clients on the interactions between US and international law and its implication in clients' jurisdictions.

Keelin has represented financial institutions in contract, regulatory and commercial foreclosure disputes, as well as in commercial loan workouts. She also represented one of the world's largest metal recyclers as well as one of the largest branding companies in the US. She represented a beverage manufacturer in a false advertising/trade dress infringement action, was part of the trial team that defended an airline in a multi-district litigation arising out of the bombing of an aircraft and has represented real estate owners in cases involving the interpretation of commercial leases, construction disputes and other matters.

Programs by Keelin  Kavanagh, Esq..

Cannabis is a nascent industry facing a number of legal, regulatory, and commercial uncertainties. This program reviews the issues facing the industry, and discusses a series of shareholder lawsuits that have attempted to leverage these uncertainties...

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Banking & Finance LawBusiness Organizations & ContractsCannabis LawCorporate and Securities LawFederal CourtsInsider TradingRegulatory and Administrative LawSecurities & Investing
CaliforniaGeorgiaNew JerseyNew YorkTexas Self Study