Caroline Parker-Beaudrias is a litigation associate in Hughes Hubbard & Reed’s New York office. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, bankruptcy litigation, and regulatory investigations. Caroline has represented international and domestic clients in a variety of industries, including the financial services, accounting and telecommunications industries.
Caroline currently represents the insolvency administrators of the Nortel group's EMEA affiliates in connection with U.S. Bankruptcy proceedings and the dispute over $7.3 billion raised by asset sales. She has also represented a Big Four accounting firm in a complex, cross-border PCAOB investigation.
Caroline is committed to providing quality pro bono legal services, and has represented clients in a diverse range of matters, including not-for-profit issues, proceedings before administrative agencies, and representing arts organizations.
Member, New York City Bar Association, Education & The Law Committee
United States District Court Southern District of New York
United States District Court Eastern District of New York
Representation of the insolvency administrators of the Nortel Group's European, Middle Eastern, and African affiliates in one of the largest cross-border insolvencies, including a joint trial before US and Canadian courts regarding the division of $7.3 billion raised by asset sales
Representation of a Big Four accounting firm in a Public Company Accounting Oversight Board investigation related to the audit of a major foreign telecommunications company
Defense of a European financial company against defamation claim
Defense of a European financial company in US employment litigation
Representation of a large medical device company in trade secret and RICO litigation
Representation of the trustee for the liquidation of Lehman Brothers Inc. in the investigation of claims arising from the sale of Lehman Brothers’ broker-dealer business to Barclays Capital
Representation of the trustee for the liquidation of Lehman Brothers Inc. in litigation and settlement of over $30 billion in claims by the insolvency administrators of Lehman Brothers’ European broker-dealer, Lehman Brothers International (Europe)
Pro bono representation of clients in matters including housing, immigration, Social Security, divorce, nonprofit incorporation, premises liability, and drafting performance and recording agreements