Gayle Boone represents Fortune 500 companies and individuals in high profile disputes throughout the country.
She focuses her practice on large scale competitor misconduct cases which include fraud matters, competitor fraud disputes, whistleblower cases, trade secret protection, antitrust lawsuits, disputes under non-competition agreements, and major internal corporate investigations. She also has represented companies in qui tam matters. In recent years, Gayle has protected international outsourcing companies in pre-litigation negotiations, trials, and arbitrations.
Gayle also advises and defends individuals and companies in the security fraud arena. As publicly held companies continue to come under both civil and criminal scrutiny for their practices, Gayle has protected their interests. She has advised Boards of Directors and their special committees, conducted internal investigations, provided advice on corporate governance, and represented companies, their officers, their directors and their advisors in securities fraud and derivative lawsuits, as well as before the Securities and Exchange Commission and other government agencies.
Gayle loves to take her daughter all over the world, via ships, tours or on their own. Peru, China and Iceland are recent favorites. She also enjoys collecting antique books, particularly cookbooks from previous centuries.