About Caroline Sabatier
Caroline Sabatier focuses her practice on securities litigation, financial services litigation and internal investigations. She advises corporate clients and their directors and officers from a wide range of industries, including technology, life sciences, and commercial and financial services.
A broad scope of experience in litigation matters
Driven by each client's unique concerns, Caroline seeks creative ways through all stages of litigation to achieve her clients' goals.
Caroline advises on a broad range of litigation matters including securities class actions, shareholder litigation, internal investigations and internal corporate disputes in both state and federal courts and in arbitration proceedings. She has represented individuals in Securities and Exchange Commission investigations, and has significant experience in investment fund liquidation proceedings.
Prior to joining Katten, Caroline worked at an international law firm representing individuals, corporate entities and sovereign nations in commercial litigation and related disputes. While in law school, Caroline served as a member of The University of Chicago Legal Forum and participated in The University of Chicago Law School's Federal Criminal Justice Clinic.
Caroline maintains an active pro bono practice with Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts and Immigration Equality, representing local artists and refugees seeking asylum.