Mai Pham Robertson is an Associate General Counsel at Fannie Mae. She is responsible for managing Fannie Mae's responses to lawsuits and government investigations. In this role, Mai provides strategic and legal advice, oversees outside counsel law firms, and counsels business clients who are impacted by such matters. Since joining Fannie Mae in 2010, Mai has managed class action litigation involving securities fraud, MERS, and consumer protection laws. She has coordinated responses to investigations and inquiries by the FHFA Office of Inspector General, the Department of Justice, the Securities & Exchange Commission, and Congress. Mai also serves as antitrust counsel.
Prior to joining Fannie Mae, Mai was an associate at the law firm of O'Melveny & Myers LLP, where she practiced antitrust and securities litigation. Before attending law school, Mai worked in lobbying and government affairs.
Mai holds a juris doctor from The George Washington University Law School and a bachelor of arts in political communication from The George Washington University.
Mai previously served as president of the Vietnamese American Bar Association for the Greater Washington DC Area (VABA-DC). In 2016, she was named one of D.C.’s Trending 40 Corporate Counsel.
Associate General Counsel
Areas of Practice
Class Action/Complex Litigation
Head of Knowledge Management Working Group Member of (former) Legal Diversity Committee Past member of Colleague Advisory Council (2013-2014) Graduate of Director Development Program
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