Brandi’s practice focuses on representing corporate and individual clients in government investigations and complex commercial trial and appellate litigation. Brandi practices across the country, with a focus on litigation in the District of Columbia federal and local courts.
Brandi’s litigation practice involves defending and representing clients across multiple industries, including tech, healthcare, telecommunications, and financial services, in routine and high stakes litigation. Brandi has represented clients in cases involving the False Claims Act; constitutional issues such as free speech, religious freedom and sovereign immunity; and breach of contract and consumer protection cases. Brandi has also represented individuals and companies in cases before the D.C. Court of Appeals involving adverse actions from District of Columbia administrative agencies.
Brandi’s investigations practice involves conducting internal investigations for large companies across various industries. She has defended clients against both congressional investigations after committee inquiries and government investigations conducted by regulatory and enforcement bodies involving healthcare fraud, consumer protection, antitrust, and anti-money laundering issues.
Brandi is a two-time appellate law clerk, having clerked for former Chief Judge Eric T. Washington of the D.C. Court of Appeals and civil rights icon Damon J. Keith of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.
While in law school, Brandi was a SLIP Intern at the U.S. Department of Justice. A moot court champion, she was also a member of two law journals, both at the University of Texas School of Law, where she received her Juris Doctor degree, and at the Georgetown University Law Center, where she attended as a Visiting Student from 2011-2012.
Brandi is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
Represented a large tech company in a congressional inquiry.
Conducted an internal investigation of allegations of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations by a non-U.S. operations group of a large product manufacturing company.
Conducted an internal investigation for a financial institution concerning suspected market manipulation.
Represented a health care provider in a government antitrust investigation.
Successfully negotiated settlement on behalf of a large health care provider against a health care plan regarding underpayment for health care services to plan’s beneficiary.
Represented a health care provider in an IRS investigation involving PPE.
Represented a health care product distributor in a DOJ fraud investigation.
Represented a financial institution in a congressional investigation.
Represented a large health care provider against a large insurance company regarding breach of insurance contract claims and underpayment of health care services for insureds.
Conducted an internal investigation for a health care provider in relation to FCA issues involving cost reporting.
Represented a GSA schedule contractor against a qui tam lawsuit filed under the FCA alleging improper sales in violation of the Trade Agreements Act.
Successfully represented a medical device manufacturer in a breach of contract dispute against a medical device distributor in arbitration.
Represented a group of health care providers in a state court appeal against a large insurer for underpayments for emergency healthcare services.
Successfully defended realty trust against third-party subpoena filed in investor fraud dispute.
Successfully defended a university in class action litigation alleging violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
Represented a historically Black Church, achieving dismissal of bank-initiated interpleader using the ecclesiastical abstention doctrine and successfully defended appeal in state court.
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