Bridget Reineking is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Latham & Watkins. Ms. Reineking focuses her practice primarily on appellate matters, white collar defense, and anti-corruption and trade controls compliance.
As part of her pro bono practice, Ms. Reineking assists with various pro bono litigation projects for the National Center for Law and Homelessness, the Legal Aid Society, and Catholic Charities.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Reineking clerked for Judge Morton I. Greenberg of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, and with the Chief Judge of the Southern District of Florida, Federico A. Moreno.
Ms. Reineking earned her JD from the University of Notre Dame Law School, magna cum laude, and graduated as a Dean’s Circle Fellow. While in law school, she was a member of the National Moot Court competition team and served as solicitations editor of the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy.
Ms. Reineking received her undergraduate degree in Economics with a Chinese minor from Georgetown University. As an undergraduate, she served in Georgetown’s ROTC program and interned at the White House. Upon graduation, she worked as an economist for the Department of Agriculture.
Ms. Reineking’s experience includes representing:
- A state agency charged with environmental protection in an original action filed in the US Supreme Court over water rights
- An industrial client in ongoing settlement measures with the State of New York in a CERCLA action
- An international manufacturing client in multi-district litigation proceedings involving antitrust claims
- An education client in defense of an ongoing investigation by the California State Attorney General
- A prisoner on death row seeking appeal in habeas proceedings
- "DOJ Expands and Codifies Policy Incentivizing Corporations to Voluntarily Self-Disclose FCPA," Client Alert (November 2017)
- "Nuclear Decommissioning and Legal Risk," Client Alert (November 2017)
- "The Uncertain Future of the Renewable Fuel Standard: Litigation and Regulatory Change in the New Administration," Client Alert (May 2017)
- "President Trump Takes First Step on Long Road to Roll Back Climate Rules," Client Alert (April 2017)
- “Reducing Ozone Regulation Costs Under the New Administration,” Client Alert (March 2017)
- “US Environmental Regulations to Face Rollbacks, but Reform Likely to be Tempered by Legal Barriers,” Latham.London (March 2017)