Catherine E. Thompson

Catherine has broad-based litigation and trial experience, with special emphasis on business and commercial litigation. Her experience includes defending class actions and certification of class actions, as well as litigation involving unfair trade practices, antitrust, securities, fraud, trade secrets, and corporate governance claims.

Following law school, Catherine served as law clerk to the Honorable Sam J. Ervin, III, U.S. Circuit Judge for the Fourth Circuit.

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Areas of Practice 1) Commercial Litigation, 2) Class Action, 3) Antitrust and Trade Regulation, 4) Antitrust Litigation and Government Investigations and 5) Energy Law
Law School Yale Law School, J.D.,1980
Education Duke University, B.A., 1976
Bar Member / Association North Carolina State Bar Association
Most recent firm McGuireWoods LLP
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