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Caitlin A. Hill


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Caitie practices in all areas of complex litigation including commercial and business litigation, complex tort and product liability litigation, health care enforcement and defense, and construction law. She regularly advises clients in all stages of litigation, from pre-litigation counseling and investigation through discovery, trial and the appeals process. She is also well-versed in counseling clients on e-discovery and large data matters including commercial litigation, investigations, and governmental inquiries.

Caitie’s practice focuses on defending pharmaceutical and biotech companies in national product liability cases and representing biotechnology, life sciences, and technology companies in complex business disputes. Her practice includes defending companies against government investigations of alleged violations of the False Claims Act (FCA) and the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS), conducting internal investigations, and litigating qui tam FCA cases.

Caitie also represents contractors, owners, developers, and public authorities involving a range of construction-related issues including contract drafting, job problems, change order disputes, terminations, and delay claims.

In addition to her health care and construction law practice, Caitie is also part of the team representing a major gaming company on litigation and regulatory matters related to the development and construction of a major casino resort.

Caitie is committed to pro bono work representing individuals in civil rights, housing, and immigration matters, and has also represented victims of domestic violence through Mintz’s Domestic Violence Project.

Caitie was a Summer Associate at Mintz in 2011. During law school she was a student representative for the Clinic for Asylum, Refugee, and Emigrant Services and served as a law clerk extern for the Honorable Joel H. Slomsky in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. 


  • Villanova University (JD)
  • London School of Economics & Political Science (MS, Sociology)
  • University of Michigan (BA, Near Eastern Studies & Political Science )


  • Won a complete dismissal with prejudice of a $3 billion RICO case filed against our client, Wynn Resorts in the District of Massachusetts. The case was brought by Sterling Suffolk Racecourse as part of an ongoing legal battle with Wynn over competing casino projects in the greater Boston area. The matter involved a collection of salacious allegations cutting across multiple jurisdictions, but our team was ultimately successful in arguing that Suffolk had failed to prove a pattern of racketeering activity, a necessity in a RICO case.
  • Defended numerous clients in government investigations resulting from qui tam FCA complaints, and in FCA litigations, in jurisdictions around the country.
  • Part of the team that obtained summary judgment in ten out of ten related cases against our clients, a publicly traded biotechnology company and a pharmaceutical company, in multi-jurisdictional product liability disputes involving an FDA-approved drug. 
  • Represented the general contractor on major hospital renovation project against bankrupt millwork subcontractor’s performance bond surety in a 9 day arbitration for delay and impact damages.
  • Part of the team representing gaming company Wynn MA LLC surrounding community arbitrations against Somerville and Chelsea.


  • Member, Women's Leadership Program, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce (2019-2020)

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On Tuesday, in Zoning Board of Appeals of Lunenburg v. Housing Appeals Committee, the Supreme Judicial Court soundly rejected a zoning board of appeals’ argument that inexpensive market-rate homes may be counted toward a town’s affordable housing obligations under Chapter 40B.
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Mintz Member Peter Biagetti and Associate David Kete co-authored an article published in the January 2020 edition of Thomson Reuters’ Civil RICO Report detailing a notable ruling achieved by Mintz in a federal court in Boston that will have a significant impact on how future cases alleging a RICO “pattern” will be assessed.
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The Boston Globe reported that on November 15, 2019, Chief Judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts Patti B. Saris dismissed with prejudice federal RICO claims by plaintiff Sterling Suffolk Racecourse seeking over $3 billion in damages against Mintz clients Wynn MA, LLC, Wynn Resorts, LTD and its Chairman in a lawsuit arising out of the bid process for a much sought-after gaming license in the Greater Boston area. The Mintz team was led by Member Peter Biagetti, along with Member and Co-chair of the Construction Law Practice Tony Starr, and Associates Caitlin Hill and David Kete.