Caitlin Sinclaire Blythe

Partner | San Francisco

cblythe@mofo.com | (415) 268-6463

cblythe@mofo.com
(415) 268-6463

At MoFo, litigation is practiced as a team sport. My colleagues and clients are what make my job exciting and fun—they are the reason I have a sense of urgency and a quick step as I head to work in the morning.

Caitlin is a member of the firm’s Litigation, Trials + Appeals Department where her practice focuses on investigations, white-collar defense, and commercial litigation. She represents companies, audit committees, and individuals in SEC and DOJ enforcement matters as well as internal corporate investigations involving accounting and disclosure issues.

Caitlin also represents corporations and individuals in class actions and other commercial litigation matters, and has experience litigating cases in federal and state courts, and before arbitration tribunals, throughout the country.

Caitlin’s robust pro bono practice focuses on civil rights matters. Recent successes include obtaining:

  • A verdict favoring a family in a federal jury trial involving an unlawful search of their home
  • A favorable ruling from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal on behalf of an inmate asserting a civil rights claim

Before joining Morrison & Foerster, Caitlin served as a law clerk to the Honorable Richard Seeborg of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. Caitlin received her J.D. from Harvard Law School and her B.A. in political science from the University of California, Los Angeles.

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