Kasey Hildonen focuses her practice on complex litigation, labor and employment, white collar defense, and government investigations. She represents a broad range of clients, from individuals to large businesses, in a variety of industries in state and federal courts.
I represent corporations and individuals in state and federal investigations involving Whistleblower and False Claims Act claims, government contract and services misappropriation, political corruption, theft of trade secret allegations and corporate espionage, Medicaid fraud, threats to national security, and immigration fraud, among others.
My prior experience as a New York State Assistant Attorney General has allowed me to manage a diverse caseload and handle all phases of litigation, including investigating allegations; conducting legal research; drafting pleadings, motions, and briefs; drafting discovery documents and responses; managing electronic discovery; leading settlement negotiations; and representing clients at conferences, hearings, and trial.
I litigate complex commercial and business disputes across a variety of industries, including education, hospitality, health services, and retail, and involve a diverse range of issues including business torts, real property disputes, trade secrets, data security, labor and employment, and class action litigation.
The below representative experience includes representations from prior firms.
Artificial intelligence will undoubtedly have a profound impact on the public and private sectors in the next five years. Successful integration includes taking advantage of the opportunities AI creates while navigating regulatory pitfalls to avoid complex disputes.
Syracuse University College of Law, J.D., cum laude; Syracuse Journal of Science and Technology Law
Hamilton College, B.A.
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