Gina Rodriguez is an experienced trial lawyer. She has handled cases across a range of industries as lead trial counsel in complex litigation and tort cases, and has extensive experience representing drug and device manufacturers in complex litigation, including product liability, false claims act, and commercial matters. In addition, Gina defends clients in government investigations.
Before moving to private practice, Gina was an Assistant U.S. Attorney and Chief of the Civil Division in the District of Colorado, where she supervised and directed all active civil cases for the office. Gina was appointed as a member of the U.S. Attorney General's Civil Chiefs' working group. Before joining Hogan Lovells, Gina was a partner at an international law firm in Denver.
Gina also served in the Assistant Attorney General's Office for the Department of Justice (DOJ) as the Deputy Senior Counsel for Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Working with senior counsel, she helped implement Attorney General Janet Reno's vision on ADR being more widely and effectively utilized in the DOJ to obtain better and more efficient results in litigation. Gina helped establish and implement a nationwide ADR program for Civil AUSAs. As a certified mediator for the DOJ, she participated in many mediations - both as a mediator and in representation of clients.