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Maggie Brennan is an associate in the firm’s Washington, DC office. She is a member of the firm’s Litigation practice group. Ms. Brennan has experience in a wide range of general litigation matters. She has experience representing clients at all stages of litigation, from case inception through trial and appeal. Prior to joining Covington, Ms. Brennan was an associate at an international law firm in San Francisco, California.

  • Conducted internal workplace cultural investigation at major technology company.
  • Represented U.S. government contractor in discrimination proceedings before the EEOC.
  • Represent Fortune 200 technology company on intellectual property policy and legislation.
  • Represent major defense contractor in environmental insurance coverage litigation involving multiple underlying claims.
  • Representation of renewable energy clients in Court of Federal Claims litigation and trial.
  • Representation of large general contractor in Miller Act litigation in federal court.
  • Representation of manufacturer against CERCLA and NRDA claims in Superfund clean-up action in Oregon.
  • Representation of individual against trade secret and unfair competition claims in AAA proceeding.

Pro Bono

  • Represent nonprofit Making Every Vote Count on election reform policy and legislation.
  • Represented caregivers and prospective caregivers of children in the DC abuse and neglect system during six-month pro bono rotation at Children’s Law Center.
  • Served as guardian ad litem in a child custody dispute in D.C. Superior Court.
  • Successful representation of a juvenile from El Salvador in affirmative asylum application.
  • Representation of a family from El Salvador in asylum proceedings before the Immigration Court.
  • Representation of federal prisoners convicted under subsequently-reduced mandatory sentencing guidelines in petitioning for executive clemency.
  • Assisting with the Washington Lawyers’ Committee mental health report focused on the treatment of DC prisoners in District of Columbia and federal facilities.

Previous Experience

  • U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division (Civil Frauds), Law Clerk (2011)
  • Honoree, Irish Legal 100 Rising Stars (2016)