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Sarah Gragert is a member of Latham & Watkins' Litigation & Trial Department. She primarily handles complex litigation and trial work, representing diverse clients in a variety of high-profile and cutting-edge complex commercial litigation and arbitration matters at both the trial and appellate levels in jurisdictions around the country. Among other areas, she has practiced in commercial and corporate disputes; sports litigation; sexual abuse allegations; and product liability, tort, insurance, and class actions litigations. With plaintiffs seeking substantial damages, these matters are frequently “bet-the-company” litigations.
She also has extensive experience conducting wide-scale internal investigations, both domestic and international, and in representing clients in government investigations. She has represented clients before the Department of Justice, Food & Drug Administration, Consumer Product Safety Commission, Department of Justice, and various California district attorneys.
Ms. Gragert participates in firm management and has served on Latham’s Technology, Training, and Mentoring Committees. Ms. Gragert is a founding member of the Washington Area Women Trial Attorneys (WAWTA).
Prior to entering law school, Ms. Gragert worked as a deputy press secretary in US Senator Debbie Stabenow's office, where she drafted the Senator's speeches, periodical columns, and media advisories. She also has worked as a press assistant and radio producer for Senator Tom Daschle's Democratic Communications Committee.