Alina Habba: 5 facts you need to know about Donald Trump’s lawyer

Alina Habba
Alina Habba

Alina Habba, attorney for former President Donald Trump, has become famous, largely because of her involvement in defending Trump after the FBI raided his Mar-a-Lago Estate on 8th August, 2022.

In a recent interview on Fox news, Alina Habba, continued her offensive against officials who orchestrated the FBI’s raid on Mar-a-Lago on Monday.

‘They needed a little drama, so they throw this out there. They go to the judge that had recused himself in my Hillary case a month ago,’ Habba told Fox News host Jesse Watters during an appearance Friday.

Habba was referencing the fact that on June 22, magistrate Judge Bruce Reinhart recused himself from a lawsuit involving Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Habba said in a Fox News interview that she was ‘concerned that they may have planted something. You know, at this point, who knows? I don’t trust the government and that’s a very frightening thing as an American.’

Habba also said in her Friday appearance: ‘So explain to me, why you tell someone to put an extra lock on, leave for almost two months, get a warrant, sit for a weekend, have a cocktail and then show-up again, guns a blazing?’ Not even informing the local police, which is normal course. He wasn’t even there. It makes no sense.’

Below are 5 facts you need to know about Alina Habba

Who is Alina Habba?

Alina Habba is an American lawyer and ex-president Donald Trump’s go to personal lawyer.

A native of New York, Alina was born on November 30th, 1983.

Alina first attended Harvard University where she attained her degree in business. Later she decided to pursue a career in law, by going to Widner University Commonwealth Law School, where she met her husband and received her degree in LLB. She has also attended Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

Alina is licensed to practice in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut, and the United States District Court for the Districts of the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.

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Which firm does Alina Habba work?

Alina Habba is currently the Managing Partner of Habba Madaio & Associates LLP.

Prior to founding the firm, she served as the Managing Partner of a mid-sized firm that serviced a Fortress subsidiary and, for seven years, successfully expanded its business throughout the entire Northeast region.

Alina Habba’s areas of expertise

Alina has experience in many areas of litigation including, but not limited to, corporate litigation and formation, commercial real estate (transactional and litigation), family law, the financial services industry and construction-related matters.

Alina Habba cases

Alina has served as lead counsel for numerous newsworthy cases, including a federal class action suit against a New Jersey nursing home accused of various negligent acts and consumer fraud violations, including storing 17 bodies in a storage room in the early stages of the COVID pandemic (Emerson, et al. vs. Andover Subacute Rehabilitation Center, USDNJ, civil action no. 2:20-cv-20066), a civil lawsuit against a municipality for permitting the systemic rape of numerous children perpetuated by a town employee over the course of several decades (John Doe vs. Salisbury, Connecticut Superior Court, LLI-CV20-6026001-S), and, most recently, Trump vs. Mary Trump, The New York Times Company, et al. filed in September 2021.

Personal Life

Alina is happily married to Gregg Reuben, the founder and CEO of Centerpark.

She was previously Mathew Eyet for almost a decade now.

Mathew is also a founder of the law firm named Eyet Law LLC, and previously he was partnered with Alina at the Sandelands Eyet LLC.


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