Lauren Briggerman is a member of Miller & Chevalier’s litigation department. Ms Briggerman focuses her practice on criminal and civil matters, including government and internal investigations, white-collar criminal defence, global antitrust and competition and complex commercial litigation. In particular, she has developed expertise in global cartel investigations. She has a successful track record in defending several companies and numerous executives in some of the most notable international cartel investigations in recent years, including those involving the auto parts, air cargo, freight forwarding and pharmaceutical industries. In addition, she has experience in complex civil litigation. She served on the trial team defending two former executives of IndyMac Bank who were sued by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation for their alleged involvement in making negligent loans to homebuilders.
She also has experience litigating government contract disputes and has successfully challenged suspension and debarment decisions. She previously clerked for the United States Court of Federal Claims, the primary court with jurisdiction over bid protests and government contract cases.