- International Practice
- Securities Regulation
- Climate Change
- Financial Institutions
- Labor and Employment
- Strategic Communications
- Corporate and Securities
- Financial Restructuring
- Educational Institutions
- Private Funds
- Intellectual Property
- Public Finance
- White Collar Defense
- Environmental Strategies
- Internal Investigations
- Real Estate and Projects
Carolyn Robbs Bilanko
Carolyn Robbs Bilanko advises clients in commercial litigation, internal investigations, and white collar defense matters. She has experience representing companies and individuals in matters involving securities law, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, officer and director liability, contracts, legal malpractice, commercial banking, unfair trade practices, consumer protection laws, class actions, and derivative actions.
Prior to joining the firm, Carolyn held internships with the Honorable Douglas D. McBroom at King County Superior Court, and with the Honorable Peter K. Leisure at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
SEC v. Fuhlendorf: defended former CFO in federal securities enforcement action.
Defended a telecommunications company in class action involving use of automated dialing devices.
Represented an Alaska Native Corporation in a contractual dispute stemming from construction of a seawall in Iraq for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Defended one of the largest commercial banks in the U.S. in several commercial practice matters.
Represented a major equipment rental company in a variety of contract, tort, and personal injury matters.
J.D., cum laude, Seattle University School of Law, 2009
B.A., Williams College, 2004
U.S. Court of Federal Claims
U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Washington
Member, Washington State Bar Association
Member, King County Bar Association
Lead Article Editor, Seattle University Law Review