Whitney-Ann Mulhauser

Senior Associate

Washington, D.C.

Whitney-Ann Mulhauser litigates at the state, federal, and international level finding unique solutions for her clients' complex problems.

Whitney-Ann is a member of Orrick’s Complex Litigation & Dispute Resolution team. She counsels and represents individual and corporate clients through all stages of complex civil litigation, from pre-pleading investigations through trial. Whitney-Ann has managed large discovery matters for multiple clients, helping them identify key issues and tailor their litigation strategy.

Whitney-Ann has experience in state and federal courts throughout the country and international tribunals. Whitney-Ann is a true litigator, jumping in on cases at various stages in a variety of subject matters, including antitrust, complex financial transactions, intellectual property and patent issues, complex torts, employment, and civil rights issues. Whitney-Ann helps clients achieve their goals, whether through early resolution on dispositive motions or taking a case through trial. Recently, she served as a key member obtaining an important defense verdict after a multi-week trial for a high-profile client.

Whitney-Ann formerly taught a practical course on civil discovery in federal courts as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center.

Whitney-Ann was previously a litigation associate at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP. After law school, she served as the judicial law clerk to the Honorable Judge Ivan D. Davis, United States Magistrate in the Eastern District of Virginia, Alexandria division.

Whitney-Ann maintains an active pro bono practice, focusing on immigration relief for children, families fleeing violence at home, and civil rights issues.