William H. Ginsburg is an American lawyer, best known for representing former White House intern Monica Lewinsky in her controversy regarding sexual activities with then-President Bill Clinton in 1998.

Ginsburg, whose Los Angeles, California-based practice had previously concentrated on medical malpractice, was a friend of the Lewinsky family. Ginsburg represented Lewinsky for four months, before being replaced with Plato Cacheris and Jake Stein in June.

Ginsburg was also involved in the case of the death of college basketball star Hank Gathers, as well as the legal dispute over the remains of entertainer Liberace.

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