Therese Craparo is an experienced litigator whose practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, including professional services, banking and financial services, technology and telecommunications and electronic discovery. Therese has handled a variety of matters in both federal and state courts and before government regulatory bodies, ranging from developing and defending electronic discovery and records management protocols to cutting edge copyright infringement disputes.
Therese represents financial clients, such as major commercial and investment banks, in lawsuits involving securities, derivatives and foreign exchange products. Her experience has included defending banks and financial services providers against allegations of fraud or misrepresentation associated the trading and sale of complex financial instruments. She has also defended accounting and other professional services firms, including the Big 4, against allegations of negligence, fraud, professional liability, breach of contract, and breach of fiduciary duty, as well as in regulatory investigations.
Clients rely on Therese to represent and advise them on all aspects of the discovery and management of electronic information including the development of policies and procedures for the preservation, collection, review and production of electronically stored information, the remediation of legacy data, and strategic positioning and defense of electronic discovery issues before federal regulators and the courts. In both her litigation and electronic discovery practices, Therese has worked with technology companies and other organizations to develop strategies for managing the legal issues relating to both traditional data and innovative proprietary and developing technologies and data sources.”