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Dustin Cho

Dustin Cho is a commercial litigator who focuses on representing corporate policyholders in coverage disputes with their insurers. He has pursued insurance recoveries for a wide range of liabilities, including mass torts, shareholder claims, government investigations, professional liability exposures, environmental remediation, employment claims, and antitrust claims. Mr. Cho is a graduate of Harvard Law School and received master's and undergraduate degrees from Yale University.

Sarah Cowlishaw

Sarah Cowlishaw's practice focuses on life sciences regulatory and commercial law, with particular focus on digital health solutions. She advises major national and multinational pharmaceutical companies, as well as biotechnology, diagnostic, medical device, and consumer product manufacturers on a wide range of regulatory, compliance, transactional and legislative matters. Her advice on general regulatory matters includes borderline determinations, adverse event and other reporting obligations, manufacturing controls, and labeling and promotion. On the commercial side, her experience covers the full range of agreements that span the product life-cycle in the life sciences sector.

Erin Thomas

Erin Thomas advises clients in complex international disputes, serving as counsel in commercial and investment treaty arbitrations, as well as litigation in aid of arbitration. Her practice covers a range of geographic regions, with a particular focus on construction, infrastructure, and natural resource disputes. Ms. Thomas earned her law degree at Harvard Law School, a master’s degree from Cambridge University, and an undergraduate degree from The University of Chicago.

Nikhil Gore

A member of the international arbitration and financial institutions practices, Nikhil Gore represents sovereign states and corporations in public international law disputes, investor-state arbitrations, and commercial arbitrations. He also regularly represents U.S. financial institutions and the U.S. branches of foreign financial institutions in investigations and inquiries before the Federal Reserve, OCC, FDIC, CFPB, and state regulators. Mr. Gore is a graduate of Harvard Law School and received an undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College.

Helen Hwang

Helen Hwang's practice focuses on counseling clients, particularly in China and other jurisdictions in Asia, through complex and sensitive internal investigations, investigations by U.S. federal and state enforcement authorities, such as the DOJ and SEC, and related litigation involving alleged violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-corruption laws. She also advises clients from a wide range of industries on how to enhance and strengthen their internal anti-corruption compliance programs. She received her law degree from UCLA School of Law and undergraduate and graduate degrees from Stanford University.

Yan Luo

Yan Luo advises clients on a broad range of regulatory matters in connection with data privacy and cybersecurity, antitrust and competition, as well as international trade laws in the United States, EU, and China. She has significant experience assisting multinational companies navigate the rapidly evolving Chinese cybersecurity and data privacy rules, and her work includes both compliance advice on strategic issues such as data localization and cross border data transfer, as well as data protection advice in transactions. She also advises Chinese technology companies on global data governance issues and on compliance matters abroad.

Kate Mitchell-Tombras

Kate Mitchell-Tombras represents clients in complex antitrust and commercial legal matters, including litigation, government investigations, and mergers and acquisitions. She also advises clients on competition issues, such as antitrust compliance, internal investigations, and responding to Second Requests. Prior to joining Covington, Ms. Mitchell-Tombras was a trial attorney in the Antitrust Division at the U.S. Department of Justice. She earned her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center and her B.A. from Duke University.

Megan Rodgers

Megan Rodgers is a litigator who specializes in defending clients in complex and high-stakes commercial disputes, mass tort cases, and class actions in state and federal court. As a member of multiple trial teams, she has experience arguing dispositive motions, preparing expert and fact witnesses for deposition and trial, taking and defending depositions, and developing case strategy. Ms. Rodgers is a graduate of University of Michigan Law School and earned her undergraduate degree from Bowdoin College.

Neema Sahni

Neema Sahni is is a litigator with deep knowledge of the legal issues facing clients in the sports, media, and entertainment industries. She handles a wide variety of commercial matters at the trial and appellate levels and also maintains a counseling and advisory practice, assisting sports teams and leagues, television networks, and film studios assess and mitigate their litigation risk in the context of high-stakes business transactions. Ms. Sahni is a graduate of Harvard Law School and earned her undergraduate degree from Yale University.