Alyssa M. Ogden

Counsel | Washington, D.C.


Alyssa is a skilled attorney with a broad range of experience representing clients in litigation and investigations, including white-collar investigations, regulatory enforcement actions, and complex commercial litigation matters.  She addresses discovery issues in high-stakes matters, and her work includes briefing and responding to motions and filings in federal and state courts, preparing clients for depositions, and working with expert witnesses in criminal and civil litigations.  Alyssa has led criminal, regulatory, and internal investigations where she has conducted witness interviews, overseen complex document collections, reviews, and productions, analyzed complex factual and legal issues, and presented effective presentations to government regulators and clients.  Well-versed in eDiscovery laws and best practices, Alyssa assists clients with a full spectrum of discovery needs, from drafting legal hold notices and preservation plan, negotiating production protocols, scoping document collections, engaging in all aspects of discovery (affirmative and defensive), including discovery dispute resolution, as well as overseeing reviews and productions.  

Some of Alyssa’s recent work experience includes:

  • Managing complex document collections, reviews, and analysis
  • Working with opposing counsel to define the scope of discovery and establish document production protocols
  • Serving on trial and complex hearing teams
  • Preparing for and conducting depositions, including preparing witnesses
  • Drafting motions to dismiss, motions for reconsideration, motions to compel, motions for temporary restraining orders, post-hearing briefs, sentencing materials, and discovery motions and status updates
  • Advising clients in connection with compliance and governance programs and requirements
  • Leading regulatory and internal investigations in the white-collar and employment context
  • Negotiating and drafting complex settlements

Alyssa also has significant experience working on pro bono matters related to LGBTQ+ issues.  Her work includes securing asylum for LGBTQ+ individuals and contributing to an amicus brief cited by federal court in overturning restrictions on LGBTQ+ military members.

Prior to joining Redgrave LLP, Alyssa worked as an associate attorney at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP.  She was also a legal intern at the United States Attorney’s Office in the Northern District of Illinois.


Alyssa received her J.D. from Duke University School of Law and her B.A. from the University of Delaware.  During law school, she was the Executive Editor of the Duke Law Journal of Gender Law and Policy.  Alyssa is admitted to practice in New York.  Alyssa’s District of Columbia application to practice is pending, and until approved, she is supervised by District of Columbia Firm Partners.