Goodwin Procter partners Caroline Bullerjahn, Amber Dolman, and Michael Strapp have recently been named to the National Law Journal and Connecticut Law Tribune’s 2015 Boston Rising Stars list. The three were selected by an independent panel of judges determining them among Boston’s outstanding young lawyers for 2015.
Bullerjahn is a partner in Goodwin Procter’s Securities Litigation & White Collar Defense Group and focuses her practice on securities litigation, SEC enforcement, government investigations and internal corporate investigations. She has been recognized for her representation of private and public corporations, investment advisors, officers and directors in a range of securities litigation matters, including class action lawsuits alleging violations of federal and state securities laws and shareholder derivative lawsuits.
Dolman is a partner in Goodwin’s Financial Institutions Group and is a co-leader of the firm’s FinTech Practice. Her work with investment firms principally focuses on corporate transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, equity investments, dividend recapitalizations and joint venture arrangements.
Strapp, a partner in Goodwin Procter’s IP Litigation group, focuses on patent and trade secret litigation. He has been selected for inclusion in Chambers USA and is recognized for his work representing clients in intellectual property matters. Strapp is also referred to as an authority on patent reform, citing his work in the 2011 America Invents Act and the Innovation and PATENT Act.
The three honorees were recognized at an event in Boston on November 12.