Taylor Grode represents companies and individuals in a variety of government and internal investigations, complex civil litigation matters, and white collar defense cases.
Taylor has served as the lead associate on numerous internal investigations, including those involving allegations of executive-level employee misconduct, accounting fraud, and allegations relating to discrimination and hostile work environment. Taylor's practice also includes compliance and investigations work related to detection of forced labor in corporate supply chains. In addition, she defends individuals and firms in federal investigations and prosecutions involving fraud, public corruption, and market manipulation offenses, among others.
Taylor also maintains an active civil litigation practice and has experience with matters involving issues such as negligence, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, insurance coverage, breach of contract, and commercial lease disputes. She has significant experience in fact development, discovery management, drafting, motions practice, and settlement negotiations.
Taylor is highly active in the Firm's pro bono practice, including representing victims of human trafficking in criminal restitution proceedings. She additionally works on matters involving constitutional police reform as part of the Firm's Constitutional Policing & Civil Justice Reform Initiative and represents domestic violence victims seeking asylum in the United States.
- The University of Chicago (J.D. 2018); University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (B.S. in Psychology summa cum laude 2015)