Catherine Soliman focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation, with an emphasis on employment litigation and intellectual property law. She represents her clients in state and federal court proceedings, and on appeals before state and federal appellate courts.
Catherine regularly represents employers in a range of issues that arise in the workplace. Her experience includes representing clients in connection with claims of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblowing, and wrongful termination; employee leave disputes; and wage and hour claims, among other matters. Catherine has also provided employment counseling to clients, including advice regarding employee handbooks and workplace policies. Specifically, Catherine provided counseling about COVID-19 workplace policies to help employers minimize their risk and comply with constantly changing laws and policies. Catherine also has experience conducting investigations on behalf of institutions of higher education in a diverse range of issues, including investigations related to discrimination, improper conduct in the workplace, and administrative misconduct.
Catherine has experience in representing clients in intellectual property counseling and litigation. She represents multinational corporations, predominantly within the pharmaceutical industry, in connection with patent infringement disputes, including Hatch-Waxman and ANDA litigation. Catherine also counsels businesses in the clearance, investigation and analysis of proposed trademarks and the preparation of trademark registrations and maintenance filings.
Prior to joining Saiber, Catherine served as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Scott J. Moynihan, Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division.