Ms. Notini’s work includes:
- Defense of a global biopharmaceutical company at a virtual, week-long arbitration in contract dispute;
- Representation of Quicken Loans, Inc. in defense of a False Claim Act lawsuit and investigation brought by the Department of Justice;
- Representation of a clinical-stage pharmaceutical company (and certain of its officers and directors) in securities class action under Section 10(b) and Rule 10b-5;
- Defense of a foreign venture capital firm in a grand jury investigation involving issue of personal jurisdiction over company to enforce grand jury subpoenas;
- Co-authored brief in the Seventh Circuit on the constitutionality of the use of handcuffs during a Terry stop in United States v. Eatman, 942 F3d 344 (7th Cir. 2019);
- Co-authored Supreme Court amicus brief on the meaning of the term “agent” in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
While attending law school, Ms. Notini interned for Judge William Earl Britt of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina, and Judge Richard Elmore of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. As a third-year law student, she participated in the University of North Carolina’s Youth Justice Clinic, where she represented indigent youth defendants in criminal proceedings under the supervision of various attorneys. She also served as Chief Justice of the UNC School of Law’s Holderness Moot Court program and was a teaching assistant for Criminal Procedure: Investigations and Advanced Appellate Advocacy.Prior to law school, Ms. Notini interned as a legal assistant at the Student Legal Services Office and served as Student Attorney General at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.