Caroline M. Turner is an Associate at Wigdor LLP.
Experience and Types of Cases
Prior to joining Wigdor LLP, Ms. Turner was an Associate at a New York City plaintiff-side labor and employment law firm and a Law Clerk at a New York City commercial litigation boutique. She has experience in single-plaintiff and class action wage and hour, unpaid minimum wage and overtime compensation, and independent contractor classification lawsuits. Ms. Turner has also litigated breach of contract, fraud, unfair competition, intellectual property (including trade secret infringement), insurance coverage, whistleblower, and other commercial litigation matters in federal and New York State trial and appellate courts. Additionally, at Columbia Law School Ms. Turner was an active participant in the Adolescent Representation Clinic, represented a client in the Bronx County Surrogate’s Court to have an estate reopened due to fraud by the executor, and researched and wrote trial court briefs on issues concerning children’s rights, interests, and treatment.
Ms. Turner graduated with honors from American University with a B.S. in Biology and received her J.D. from Columbia Law School. At Columbia, Ms. Turner was designated a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar for academic accomplishment and won the E. Allan Farnsworth annual competition for note writing. She authored a published article, A Path Toward an Increased Role for the United States in Patent Infringement Litigation, 14 CHI.-KENT J. INTELL. PROP. 485 (2015), and a note, Implementing and Defending the Indian Child Welfare Act Through Revised State Requirements, 49 COLUM. J.L. & SOC. PROB. 501 (2016), was Bluebook Editor of the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review, and was a teaching fellow.
Admitted to Practice
Ms. Turner is admitted to practice in the State of New York, as well as the Southern District of New York and the Eastern District of New York.