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Enu Mainigi

Enu Mainigi

Williams & Connolly LLP

Washington, DC, USA


Enu A. Mainigi is a Partner at Williams & Connolly LLP in Washington, D.C. She has extensive experience in complex civil and criminal litigation in state and federal courts throughout the country and has tried multiple cases.

A significant part of Ms. Mainigi’s practice includes leading the representation of corporations and individuals under investigation by the government either criminally or in the context of the civil False Claims Act.  Ms. Mainigi has defended a significant number of health care companies, PBMs, pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, nursing homes, accounting firms and other companies contracting with the government as well as major executives at all stages of criminal or False Claims Act investigation and litigation.  Ms. Mainigi has spoken frequently on topics related to government investigations and the False Claims Act.

Ms. Mainigi also routinely defends corporations in commercial disputes involving civil fraud, breach of contract, ERISA and breach of fiduciary duty, including in the multi-jurisdictional or class action setting.  She also advises corporations on internal investigations and compliance issues. In recent years, Ms. Mainigi has also devoted a portion of her practice to both products liability defense and legal malpractice defense.

Ms. Mainigi is a current member of the Firm’s Executive Committee and a past member of the Firm’s Hiring Committee.  In the winter of 2010-2011, Ms. Mainigi spent several months as Chair of the Transition of Governor Richard L. Scott of Florida, a long-time client of the Firm. Ms. Mainigi joined Williams & Connolly LLP in January 1997 and was elected to the partnership in December 2002.  Immediately prior to joining Williams & Connolly LLP, Ms. Mainigi served as Director of Policy and Research for Senator Robert Dole’s 1996 Presidential campaign
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