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Taylor Steffan
Washington +1 202 662 5983 tsteffan@cov.com Download V-card

Taylor Steffan is a member of the White Collar Defense and Investigations and Antitrust Litigation Practice Groups. She advises clients on complex antitrust and class action litigation involving a range of issues, including market manipulation, and the False Claims Act. Ms. Steffan also has experience advising clients on government investigations.

  • Represented a large bank in various class actions involving antitrust and commodities fraud claims relating to alleged manipulation of financial benchmarks, including various interest rate benchmarks and foreign currency exchange benchmarks.
  • Represented healthcare companies in federal and state false claims act litigation concerning sales and marketing practices.
  • Represented a pharmaceutical company in a DOJ investigation concerning sales and marketing practices.

Pro Bono

  • Currently on a six-month pro bono rotation with the Neighborhood Legal Services Program, providing representation to low-income Washington, DC residents in landlord-tenant disputes and related matters.
  • Represented a group of plaintiffs in conjunction with the ACLU in litigation challenging executive orders imposing a ban on entry by individuals from predominantly Muslim countries.
  • Represented the legal guardian of a student with disabilities in her dispute with DC Public Schools regarding the student's placement in a private institution.

Previous Experience

  • Legal Intern at the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression (2013)