In 2017, Tammy Albarrán spent 14 weeks helping lead an investigation into Uber’s culture and co-authoring the “Holder Report.” Now the former Covington & Burling partner and WILEF board member has been named Uber’s deputy general counsel.
Albarrán had worked at Covington & Burling since 2007, where she became a partner in 2010. Albarrán led the firm’s anti-corruption practice group for Latin America. Her accolades include selection by Latinvex for its annual list of “Latin America’s Top 50 Female Lawyers” in 2015 as well as inclusion in Global Investigations Review’s “40 Under 40” list in 2014. Her practice areas include internal investigations, anti-corruption matters, securities litigation, and SEC investigations and enforcement actions.