This profile is part of the NLJ’s 2018 Litigation Department of the Year special package. Find a full list of winners and finalists here.

From challenging President Donald Trump’s executive actions and adovcating for foreign companies amid Trump’s “America First” agenda to defending a former Trump administration official in Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, Covington & Burling appeared at the center of Washington’s hottest controversies perhaps more frequently than any other D.C. firm. It’s also one of a few firms to go up against both Trump and Mueller and emerge with outcomes it deemed victorious.

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