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Erica Andersen

Focuses her practice on intellectual property litigation and Hatch-Waxman advisory work. She has experience managing complex, multi-party litigations from complaint to trial and through appeal. Ms. Andersen has argued at numerous discovery, claim construction, and pre-trial hearings and conferences, as well as conducted direct and cross examinations at trial. Ms. Andersen is a graduate of the University of Iowa College of Law and received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University.

Elizabeth Canter

Advises clients on managing risks under federal and state data privacy and communications laws and on privacy-by-design strategies and third-party risk management. As part of her practice, she regularly represents clients in commercial transactions relating to content distribution and those involving personal data and cybersecurity risk. Ms. Canter earned her law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law and undergraduate degree from Duke University.

Heather Haberl

Represents owners, developers, property managers, tax-exempt organizations, and other users in all aspects of real estate transactions, including the acquisition, disposition, financing, management, leasing and construction of office buildings, industrial parks, manufacturing facilities, special use facilities, and residential projects. Ms. Haberl received her undergraduate degree from Hamilton College, master’s degree from Bryn Mawr College, and law degree from The George Washington University Law School.

Gretchen Hoff Varner

Represents companies in high-stakes insurance coverage litigation, where she has helped her clients to recover millions of dollars from their insurers for a wide range of losses and claims, including cyber breaches, property damage, products liability, and environmental claims. She led the Covington trial team that successfully challenged and overturned New York City’s racially discriminatory stop-and-frisk policy after a three-month trial in federal court. Ms. Hoff Varner also represents corporations and individuals in government investigations and regulatory enforcement proceedings. Ms. Hoff Varner earned her law degree from Yale Law School and undergraduate degree from Harvard University.

Aaron Lewis

Represents businesses and individuals in sensitive, high-stakes criminal, civil, and regulatory enforcement matters, including trials and internal investigations. Mr. Lewis previously served in the United States Department of Justice as Counsel to Attorney General Eric Holder and as an Assistant United States Attorney in Los Angeles. Mr. Lewis graduated from the University of Michigan Law School and earned his undergraduate degree from Princeton University.

Henry Liu

Specializes in defending financial institutions and other corporate clients in high stakes class actions involving antitrust and consumer protection claims. He has extensive experience representing clients who face claims in complex class action multidistrict litigation (MDL) proceedings. Mr. Liu received his law degree from Yale Law School and undergraduate degree from Emory University.

Jennifer Saperstein

Regularly advises clients on compliance issues arising under anti-corruption laws, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. She has conducted risk and compliance program assessments and has developed anti-corruption compliance programs for clients in a variety of industries. She regularly assists companies with anti-corruption due diligence in connection with acquisitions, asset purchases, and joint ventures. Additionally, she helps corporations with efficient resolution of internal and government investigations into allegations of fraud and corruption. Ms. Saperstein is a graduate of the New York University School of Law and received her undergraduate degree from Duke University.

Jenna Wallace

Counsels clients on all aspects of employee benefits and executive compensation. Her practice covers: the design and administration of qualified retirement plans and welfare plans; the investment of ERISA-covered plan assets; the creation of executive compensation arrangements, including deferred compensation, equity and other incentive arrangements; the negotiation and writing of employment and restrictive covenant agreements; employee and benefits issues in corporate transactions; employee terminations; and international employment arrangements. Ms. Wallace received her law degree from Harvard Law School and undergraduate degree from Princeton University.