Annie Donaldson Talley

Partner

Luther Strange and Associates

Annie Donaldson Talley

Partner

Luther Strange and Associates

Annie Donaldson Talley is Partner at Luther Strange and Associates. She recently departed the White House after serving as Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Counsel to the President. Over the past four years, she provided outside counsel to the Donald J. Trump for President campaign; helped stand up and manage the White House Counsel’s Office; interfaced with agencies across the federal government; and advised the President of the United States, White House Counsel, Chief of Staff and other senior staff across the Executive Office of the President on a broad range of issues from regulatory reform to executive nominations to the day-to-day issues facing the Administration.

Prior to her White House service, Annie Donaldson Talley counseled clients in the non-profit, for-profit, political, and government sectors, as well as high-profile individuals in private practice at Jones Day and Patton Boggs. She provided strategic counseling to clients structuring their affairs to ensure compliance with a web of state and federal laws and represented clients in complex, multi-faceted investigations, leading teams navigating issues of intense public scrutiny.

Annie Donaldson Talley is also a veteran of three presidential campaigns and served in state government. She holds a B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Alabama and a J.D. from Harvard Law School, where she served on the Harvard Law Review. She lives in Montgomery, Alabama with her husband, Brett.

Contributions

Deep Dive Episode 172 – Third-Party Payments in Government Litigation Settlements

April 21, 2021

Experts debate whether third-party payments in government litigation settlements will – and should – be utilized by the new administration.

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Third-Party Payments in Government Litigation Settlements

April 16, 2021

Experts debate whether third-party payments in government litigation settlements will – and should – be utilized by the new administration

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