Keely Dulaney is an associate in the firm’s Global Commercial Disputes group with a focus on complex commercial disputes. Keely has experience representing global energy companies in a broad range of litigation matters including unfair competition, false advertising under the Lanham Act, fraudulent transfers, civil conspiracy, breaches of fiduciary duties, negligence, nuisance, and various forms of participatory liability. She also has experience handling vessel arrests and claims involving maritime liens and attachments under U.S. Admiralty Rules B, C, and D. In addition to shipping and transportation, Keely has a keen interest in antitrust matters with experience in advising clients on price-fixing, market allocation, and monopolization, and preparing antitrust compliance training programs and related materials.
- Tulane Law School, 2019, J.D., cum laude
- Texas A&M University, 2016, B.A.