Hannah Beiderwieden concentrates her practice on general litigation matters. She is currently part of a team of attorneys defending a high-profile client in a trade secret misappropriation matter and actively assists in discovery disputes and depositions. She is also assisting clients in trademark registration and trade dress infringement matters in the United States as well as opposition and cancellation proceedings in foreign countries. Ms. Beiderwieden also maintains an active pro bono practice. She co-authored an amicus brief defending a city's safe gun storage ordinance in the Washington Supreme Court and an amicus brief challenging the denial of attorney's fees under the Equal Access to Justice Act in an immigration case. She is currently focusing her efforts on a complex case before the Sixth Circuit involving the interplay of the Double Jeopardy Clause and guilty plea proceedings.
Ms. Beiderwieden received her law degree magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center, where she was a legal writing fellow and served as the American Criminal Law Review's managing editor of the Annual Survey of White Collar Crime. While in law school, Ms. Beiderwieden externed for Judge Cooper on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and participated in the law school's Appellate Courts Immersion Clinic. Prior to law school, Ms. Beiderwieden worked as a staff assistant in the US House of Representatives. She is a German native speaker and dual German/US citizen.
- A foreign corporation in a RICO lawsuit alleging fraud and money laundering; prepared a motion to dismiss (pending).
- JD, Georgetown University Law Center, 2021, magna cum laude, Order of the Coif
- BA, Public Policy, Duke University, 2017, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa Academic Honor Society
- District of Columbia
- US District Court, Eastern District of Michigan