Ms. O'Reilly's experience includes:
All phases of federal and state civil litigation relating to a variety of business-related disputes;
Single-plaintiff and class action financial services litigation in state and federal courts involving national banks and loan servicers, specifically with respect to residential mortgage issues and alleged violations of state and federal residential mortgage lending statutes;
Assisting with representing clients on environmental and administrative law issues, with an emphasis on litigation and regulatory compliance with environmental statutes such as the Clean Water Act and Clean Air Act;
Representation of a governmental authority as outside counsel providing general corporate counsel, including compliance with corporate formalities and ensuring day-to-day compliance with operating agreements for lease facilities.
"To Sue or Not to Sue, That is the Question: A Prudent Business Litigator Should Always Ask," Fulton County Daily Report (Nov. 29, 2012)
Recent Developments in Public Utility, Communications and Transportation Industries, 2012 ed. (co-author) ABA Section of Public Utility, Communications and Transportation Law
Pro Bono Activities
Ms. O'Reilly has volunteered her legal services to various organizations including the Southside Legal Center, Fulton County Juvenile Court, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program and Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation.
Ms. O'Reilly served as a federal law clerk and has been an associate at two other national law firms in Atlanta and Washington, D.C. During law school, she served as an in-house legal intern with the Georgia Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel. Prior to starting her legal career, Ms. O'Reilly was a second grade teacher with the Atlanta Public Schools.