Catherine S. Lajoie helps clients develop and implement efficient ways to manage increasingly challenging electronic discovery processes. She provides guidance on general data governance issues and advises clients on litigation holds, search term processes, data culling and collection methods, and the overall document review process. Catherine works closely with clients to implement best practices for document management, including data retention and disposition, remote worksite policies, and strategies to protect key information assets. She is fluent in French.
Catherine’s practice focuses on all phases of electronic discovery, corporate investigations and criminal defense, compliance, and regulatory matters. She represents clients in connection with product liability and mass tort claims, complex and sensitive corporate internal investigations, including alleged antitrust and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) violations, securities fraud, and other business frauds.
While in law school Catherine was a staff member of The Delaware Journal of Corporate Law.
Catherine’s recent experience includes
Represented an international manufacturing company in an internal and Securities & Exchange Commission accounting investigations.
Represented international pharmaceutical, banking, and manufacturing companies in internal and Department of Justice investigations.
Managed all phases of electronic discovery for national and international pharmaceutical, banking and healthcare companies in a variety of matters, ranging from civil litigation to government and internal corruption investigations.