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Tracy Zinsou is a litigator who represents clients in complex commercial litigation, white collar investigations and enforcement matters.

Ms. Zinsou has a broad range of experience litigating high-stakes cases in federal and state courts. She also assists clients with conducting comprehensive internal investigations and advises clients facing government investigations, including by the Securities and Exchange Commission, Department of Justice, and Federal Trade Commission.

  • Conducting internal investigations for companies relating to anti-corruption issues.
  • Assisting a start-up company with navigating an SEC investigation into unregistered offerings.
  • Advising a pharmaceutical company in an FDA investigation into off-label marketing.
  • Representing a technology company in insurance coverage litigation involving a directors and officers claim.
  • Representing a Fortune 500 company in insurance coverage arbitration.
  • Representing pharmaceutical companies in Hatch-Waxman patent litigation against generic drug manufacturers.
  • Representing a multinational pharmaceutical company in a patent infringement action concerning vaccine immunization schedules.
  • Representing a major electronics company in a Section 337 Investigation before the U.S. International Trade Commission regarding consumer electronics devices.

Pro Bono

  • Successfully advocated on behalf of DACA immigrants in collaboration with various civil rights organizations, to reverse a Michigan government official’s policy of denying driver’s licenses to these individuals.
  • Representing members of non-profit organization in first amendment case against border patrol agents and other government officials.
  • Representing plaintiffs in consumer class action litigation involving false advertising claims.

Memberships and Affiliations

  • American Bar Association