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Ms. DiMaggio is a litigation associate in the firm's San Francisco office where she represents businesses and individuals in all phases of litigation. Her practice extends to commercial, business, professional liability, and real estate matters including a broad array of malpractice, insurance defense, premises liability, and breach of contract claims.
Prior to joining Murphy Pearson Bradley & Feeney, Ms. DiMaggio worked as a contract attorney with the Office of General Counsel for the State Bar of California.
Ms. DiMaggio graduated from UC Hastings College of Law. While in law school, Ms. DiMaggio gained varied legal experience by working in-house at AT&T's legal department, and as a law clerk with a global law firm. Ms. DiMaggio was an active member of the Moot Court team, serving as a teaching assistant for the first year course, and competing in national competitions. Ms. DiMaggio placed first in the Evan A. Evans Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition where she had the opportunity to present oral argument in the Supreme Court of Wisconsin. At the end of Ms. DiMaggio's final year at UC Hastings, the school's moot court program was ranked #1 in the country. Ms. DiMaggio was also an active member of the Negotiation & Mediation team, serving as an executive board member and competing in the International Chamber of Commerce's international commercial mediation competition in Paris, France. Ms. DiMaggio also served as a staff editor for the Women's Law Journal.
Ms. DiMaggio's pre-law school experiences also inform her judgment and bolster her ability to work with clients of diverse backgrounds. Ms. DiMaggio began her career as a litigation consultant with FTI Consulting, analyzing disparate sets of financial, operational, and transactional data in complex litigation projects. Later, Ms. DiMaggio worked in trade operations at a hedge fund, managing the fund's prime brokerage accounts.
Three steps to protecting your online reputation, by Caitlin T. DiMaggio and Jason E. Fellner, published in San Francisco Attorney magazine, Fall 2014.
Avoiding Malpractice Claims, Bar Association of San Francisco, March 15, 2016
Avoiding Malpractice Claims - A Primer for Young Lawyers, San Mateo County Bar Association, November 20, 2014.
Ms. DiMaggio is a member of the American Bar Association, the State Bar of California, the Bar Association of San Francisco, the St. Thomas More Society of San Francisco, and the Italian American Bar Association.