Mrs. Craddock focuses her practice on fiduciary law. She represents clients in shareholder and partnership disputes, including derivative and dissolution actions, and corporate governance issues. She also represents clients in trusts and estate disputes, and advises trustees on their fiduciary duties, including management of trust property and business disputes related to the assets they manage.
Mrs. Craddock also focuses her practice on advising her clients and litigating matters relating to unfair business practices, including business conspiracy, interference with contract, conversion of corporate assets, misappropriation of trade secrets, covenants not to compete, breach of contract, royalty disputes, and other business related matters.
Mrs. Craddock offers her clients in-depth experience in electronic discovery, including the preservation and production of electronic evidence. She works with her clients to comply with the rules relating to producing electronic discovery and at the same time she works to minimize the costs of electronic discovery.
Mrs. Craddock is an adjunct professor at Washington and Lee University School of Law, where she teaches a third year practicum-based course on Corporate Counseling and Shareholder Derivative Litigation, and has taught courses on Fiduciary Litigation, including Trusts and Estate Litigation.
Before attending law school, Mrs. Craddock was a small business owner.