Hannah Bogen is an associate in the Los Angeles office of Hughes Hubbard & Reed and a member of the Litigation practice group.
Prior to joining Hughes Hubbard, Hannah served in the United States Peace Corps in South Africa as a health volunteer. In that role, she taught English and worked with local youth to encourage HIV prevention techniques. Hannah also clerked for the Honorable S. James Otero in United States District Court for the Central District of California. There, she worked on federal criminal and civil litigation. After clerking, Hannah joined a boutique Los Angeles firm specializing in white collar criminal defense work.
Hannah’s practice at Hughes Hubbard includes a wide variety of both civil and criminal matters in both state and federal courts.
White Collar Criminal Investigations and Trials
Representing a former executive of Fortune 500 company under federal investigation for bribery.
Representing a religious university under federal investigation for human trafficking and multiple violations of immigration and labor laws.
Representing an individual under federal investigation for operating an unlawful gambling business that served professional athletes and celebrities.
Represented a billion-dollar religious organization under investigation for silencing rape accusers of one of its well-known members.
Represented multiple individuals during proffer interviews with the FBI, IRS, and Department
of Justice related to a uniform manufacturer under federal investigation for duty fraud.
Represented an individual accused of unlawful access to a computer system in proffer with
the United States Attorney’s Office.
Served as the sole associate and third chair on the trial team for a highly confidential $15 million USD federal civil shell-entity fraud lawsuit on behalf of a Mexican land-development corporation against a Los Angeles investment company.
Represented a hospital accused by former nurse employee of fraudulently admitting patients in violation of the False Claims Act.
Represented founders of online dating application in trademark infringement lawsuit brought by former colleague and founder of competing dating application.
Represented shareholders of a subsea cable manufacturing business in suit arising from CEO’s fraudulent mismanagement of company funds.
Represented individuals accused of misappropriating trade secrets related to biotechnology and solar panels, respectively.
Served as local counsel for law firms litigating national opioids multidistrict litigation for four separate pharmacies.