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Enu Enu Mainigi, a Washington based attorney, was named by Gov-elect Rick Scott to head his transition team.

She is partner in the law firm of Williams & Connolly. She received her law degree from Harvard in 1994 and her B.S. from American University in 1991.

Here's how W & C describes her on the firm's website:

Enu Mainigi has extensive experience in complex civil and criminal litigation in state and federal courts throughout the country and has tried multiple cases.

For the last several years, the focus of Ms. Mainigi's practice has been in the healthcare and pharmaceutical areas.

Ms. Mainigi has defended numerous pharmaceutical companies, PBMs, hospitals, medical device companies, insurance companies, healthcare companies and individuals in a variety of civil and criminal government investigations, including multi-state and concurrent state and federal investigations.

Ms. Mainigi has also defended these corporations in commercial disputes involving civil fraud, breach of contract, and breach of fiduciary duty, among others. She also frequently advises corporations on internal investigations and compliance issues.

A particular area of experience for Ms. Mainigi is the False Claims Act and she has represented a number of corporations at all stages of False Claims Act/Qui Tam proceedings.

Ms. Mainigi has also litigated a wide variety of other matters involving allegations of securities fraud, professional malpractice, antitrust violations, media issues, money laundering, mail and wire fraud, and false statements.

Ms. Mainigi has spoken frequently on topics related to government investigations and the False Claims Act.



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