Ms. Manning's practice focuses on representation of individuals in civil and criminal litigation, investigations, and expungement. Ms. Manning has counseled both U.S. and overseas clients in matters ranging from state-level criminal cases to global investigations. Her experience includes cases involving the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, antitrust (cartel and price fixing matters), the Office of Foreign Assets Control, fraud, securities, government contracts, and local criminal defense. In addition, she has represented clients in a variety of government inquiries, including regulatory, grand jury, and Congressional investigations. Ms. Manning also has expertise in the expungement of criminal records and has handled all manner of cases in this area.
Ms. Manning graduated from Washington & Lee Law School in Virginia, after completing her B.A. in International Relations/Economics at The George Washington University. She is a member of the Virginia, District of Columbia, and Maryland Bars, as well as the U.S. District Courts for the District of Columbia, District of Colorado, District of Maryland, and the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia.