Pauline R. Wizig


Pauline Wizig is a Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution associate in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. During her time at Foley, she has worked on matters involving major drug distributers, leading research hospitals, and manufacturers, among others.

Before joining Foley, Pauline was a development fellow for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. While at the George Washington University Law School, she served as a law clerk in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland, where she drafted appellate briefs, conducted research on criminal procedure and evidentiary issues, and participated in criminal trial preparation. Pauline participated in George Washington Law’s Criminal Defense and Justice Clinic where she represented indigent clients in The Superior Court for the District of Columbia. She also served as a Writing Fellow and Dean’s Fellow in GW’s Fundamentals of Lawyering program. Pauline was an active member of the Moot Court Board and won Best Brief and advanced to the quarter finals during the Tulane Mardi Gras Moot Court Invitational. During law school, Pauline worked as a summer associate at Foley.



  • Member of the B’nai B’rith Youth Organization Inc. Alumni Council


25 March 2024 Labor & Employment Law Perspectives

States with Pending Legislation to Ban Employee Noncompetes: Maine Poised to be Next State to Enact a Ban

As we continue to report, noncompete agreements are an area of ever-increasing scrutiny and limitation.
03 July 2023 Labor & Employment Law Perspectives

Supreme Court Redefines “Undue Hardship” when Addressing Religious Accommodation Requests under Title VII

On June 29, 2023, in a unanimous opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a much-anticipated decision in Groff v. DeJoy, clarifying employers’ obligations to accommodate employees’ religious practices.
10 February 2023 Consumer Class Defense Counsel

Pay-to-Play in the CFPB’s Cross-Hairs: Digital Mortgage Comparison-Shopping Platforms under RESPA Scrutiny

The CFPB ended a more than decade-long hiatus since the last formal guidance regarding Section 8 of the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act on February 7, 2023, by issuing its advisory opinion aimed at referral activity relating to mortgage comparison websites.
16 December 2022 Blogs

Sentencing Guidelines: Third Circuit Rejects Use of “Intended” Loss in Favor of “Actual” Loss

Sentencing in federal fraud cases is driven by loss amounts. To seek a higher sentencing guidelines range, the government often relies on a defendant’s “intended” loss,” rather than the “actual” loss.
15 December 2022 Blogs

False Claims Act: Prediction on Supreme Court Ruling on Government Dismissal Authority

On December 6, 2022, the Supreme Court heard argument in United States ex rel. Polansky v. Executive Health Resources, Inc., a case with potential implications on the cost and longevity of certain False Claims Act (FCA) cases.