Caleb represents clients in complex and high-value civil litigation across a range of subject matters and industries. Caleb joined Goldman Ismail after completing a federal district court clerkship in the Northern District of Ohio. He graduated cum laude from Princeton University with his bachelor’s degree and obtained his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School, where he served on the board of the Michigan Technology Law Review. Caleb previously worked at a top law firm in New York, where he focused on complex civil litigation, antitrust, and white collar criminal defense matters. His prior work included being on a trial team that successfully litigated a complex software patent dispute in federal court. Caleb previously completed a fellowship at the Illinois State Board of Education and maintains an active pro bono practice.
*Admitted only in the State of New York. Not admitted in Illinois and currently practicing under the supervision of Illinois bar members.