Taylor has experience representing individuals and entities in white collar matters, including healthcare fraud and identity theft charges, and is currently representing an individual defendant facing spoofing charges in federal court. She has also defended individuals and firms in federal grand jury investigations pertaining to public corruption. In addition, Taylor has counseled corporations through internal investigations of regulatory violations, and has experience researching and drafting memoranda regarding various complex issues related to the Federal Acquisition Regulation, supply chain compliance, and cyber-security laws. Taylor's practice also includes civil liability litigation.
In law school Taylor was part of the Federal Criminal Justice Clinic, where her experiences included preparing witnesses, drafting dispositive motions, and oral argument in federal court.