Kaidyn McClure is an associate and a member of the Commercial Disputes practice group. She previously served as a summer associate at the firm, where she reviewed the legal landscape to assess client risks related to product labeling, and synthesized related findings.
Through this role, Kaidyn also analyzed case law regarding enforceability of limitation on damages in order to support a motion for summary judgment. In addition, she researched state laws related to trafficking survivors’ criminal records as to determine whether there is potential to remove related criminal history information from the Internet under the Freedom Network Pro Bono Project.
This is a temporary biography. A complete biography will be available soon.
Kaidyn was formerly an intern for a tax appeals assistance program as part of a sales, use, and special taxes clinic. During this time, she wrote an opening statement for a family business and successfully appealed a cigarette and tobacco 20-day license suspension. She also requested evidentiary documents from clients and analyzed the likelihood tax exemption qualifications.