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Leading Trial Lawyer and Former DOJ Prosecutor Rejoins Covington

October 4, 2017

WASHINGTONJennifer Saulino has joined Covington’s Litigation and White Collar Defense and Investigation practices as a partner in Washington.

Ms. Saulino’s practice focuses on trials as well as defending individuals and corporations in investigations and prosecutions, with particular experience in the pharmaceutical, health care, banking and securities, oil and gas, and technology industries. Ms. Saulino has tried ten complex federal cases to jury verdicts, including eight as the lead trial lawyer.

From 2010 to 2016, Ms. Saulino served as a prosecutor in the Fraud Section of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Criminal Division, where she held a number of positions, most recently as an Assistant Chief of the Section. She received several awards for her work at DOJ, including the Assistant Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service (2015), the Attorney General’s Award for Fraud Prevention (2012), and the Assistant Attorney General’s Award for Outstanding Contributions by a New Employee (2011). Prior to joining the Department of Justice, Ms. Saulino was an associate at Covington from 2001 to 2010.

“Jennifer’s skill and experience in litigating and trying fact-intensive cases combined with her track record of success in complex jury cases will benefit our clients and strengthen the firm’s general commercial litigation and trial practices,” said John Hall, chair of the firm’s global Litigation practice. “Jennifer has earned the respect and admiration of her colleagues and adversaries in the courtroom for her ability and willingness to try the most difficult cases and her first-rate legal skills.”

“I am very excited to rejoin my former colleagues and long-time friends,” said Ms. Saulino. “I have always had a strong appreciation for Covington’s collaborative culture, diverse practice areas and client base, and core values, and I look forward to contributing to the growth of the firm and the Litigation practice.”

Ms. Saulino graduated from the University of Michigan Law School magna cum laude and was Associate Editor of the Michigan Law Review. She received her undergraduate degree from Yale University.

 

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