Caroline H. Boone is an associate at the firm's Dallas office. She is a member of the commercial disputes practice group, with a focus in complex commercial litigation. Caroline focuses her practice on representing business entities in complex commercial disputes in both state and federal trial and appellate courts, primarily focusing on financial institutions and services litigation. She is experienced in advising financial institutions on a variety of fair lending compliance issues, as well as in the subsequent litigation of fair lending issues involving mortgage origination, servicing, and affirmative marketing practices under the Fair Housing Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Community Reinvestment Act, Unfair, Deceptive, or Abusive Acts or Practices, and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act.
In addition, Caroline has experience in a wide variety of other commercial matters involving contracts, compliance issues, banking relationships, digital crisis issues (i.e., data breach and online defamation), and commercial cases relating to breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, and asset conversion. Caroline has experience in all stages of litigation, from the initial analysis all the way through the trial stage and appeals.
Caroline served as a summer associate at the firm where she performed legal research, drafted memoranda, and assisted in the production of pre-trial motions.
- Dallas Bar Association
- Member of Attorneys Serving the Community
Prior to joining the firm, Caroline served as a Judicial Extern to the Honorable Senior District Judge A. Joe Fish, in the Northern District of Texas.
- Reaching Across the Threshold of the Fourth Amendment--Why Payton v. New York Should be Interpreted Broadly, 70 SMU L. REV. 189 (2017).