Brianna Abrams concentrates her practice in the area of complex litigation and government enforcement initiatives. She represents clients engaged in complex matters involving both federal and state litigation, corporate investigations, and white collar criminal matters. Brianna has successfully defended a number of government investigations related to government contract fraud, tax evasion, accounting improprieties, false claims, election fraud, anti-money laundering transactions and antitrust violations. She represents individuals and organizations involved in state and federal criminal investigations; internal investigations; and related grand jury and pre-trial proceedings, trials and appeals. Brianna has successfully argued and written briefs before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
Prior to joining Bingham, Brianna worked for White & Case in Washington, D.C., where she represented clients in complex, multiparty civil actions in state and federal court relating to unfair competition investigations brought by U.S. and international regulatory agencies. During law school, Brianna worked as a law clerk at the Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Consumer Protection, in the Division of Marketing Practices.
Brianna has represented pro bono clients in various matters regarding asylum law and international human rights law. She is also active in Bingham’s Southern California Women’s Mentoring program and Santa Monica Community Service Committee.