Tabby Flood's practice focuses on complex business litigation and government investigations. She has experience representing financial institutions in high-stakes litigation involving antitrust, commodities law, and securities regulation and has played a leading role in a broad range of litigation activities, including taking and defending depositions (first chair), preparing witnesses for questioning, drafting pleadings and dispositive motions, and overseeing all aspects of discovery.
In addition, Tabby has represented financial institutions in government investigations involving alleged violations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the Commodities Exchange Act. She also has experience in class actions and products liability and represented an automobile manufacturer in a multidistrict lawsuit brought by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the California Air Resources Board, and consumers.
Tabby is committed to public service and pro bono efforts. In 2019, she represented a detained undocumented immigrant in a bond hearing and successfully argued for the client's release. She volunteers for nonprofit youth organizations and is a junior trustee for St. Lawrence University, where she earned her undergraduate degree.
- Howard University (J.D. 2014; Senior Articles Editor, Howard Law Journal); St. Lawrence University (B.A. in Government 2008)
- New York and U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
- Law Clerk to Judge George B. Daniels, U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York (2014-2015) and judicial extern to Judge Emmet G. Sullivan, U.S. District Court, District of Columbia (Spring 2013)