Margaret Spitzer Persico represents a diverse group of clients from both the public and private sectors. Her experience includes contractual disputes, complex commercial litigation, wrongful termination and protected class discrimination cases, and class actions. Maggie also represents clients in internal and white-collar investigations. Maggie regularly consults on compliance matters and has represented clients in matters in state and federal courts, as well as a variety of alternative mediation venues. Maggie also counsels clients on navigating the intersection between political activity and the law, including compliance with campaign finance and ethics requirements

Maggie served in the administration of President Barack Obama as the Economics and Justice Director in the Office of Presidential Personnel at the White House. There, she vetted prospective Presidential nominees for executive, judicial, and independent agency positions. Before that, she served as a member of Congressman Patrick J. Murphy’s senior staff in both Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania.

Maggie is a graduate of the Temple University School of Law where she was Research Editor of the Temple International & Comparative Law Journal. She earned her undergraduate degree in International Affairs from George Washington University.