Law Clerk for the Kentucky Court of Appeals 1986-1989. Performed research and writing for Judge John D. Miller
Government: Assistant U.S. Attorney, U.S. Attorneys Office, Louisville, Ky., 1989-2005. Litigation of civil claims against the United States and prosecution of federal crimes.
Private practice: Caudill Law Office, 2005 to present. Criminal defense and civil litigation including areas of oil and gas, personal injury, whistleblower claims, discrimination claims based on age and medical condition and ERISA.
From 1989 to 2005, John Caudill served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Louisville, Kentucky where he litigated over 50 trials to a jury verdict. From that experience, he developed an understanding of various areas of federal civil and criminal law, including medical malpractice, Medicare fraud, drug trafficking laws and white collar crimes.
Extensive litigation experience: Trial attorney in criminal defense and qui tam litigation.
College: University of Kentucky B.S. in Accounting 1983
Law School: Brandeis School of Law (J.D.)1986