Jillian Seifrit is an Associate with Mullen Coughlin who counsels organizations who have a real, or suspected, cyber incident occur. With industry experience in telecommunications, life sciences, chemicals, energy and financial services, Jillian is called upon to assist industries in these organizations in investigating cyber incidents, responding to regulatory investigations and determining notification obligations based on state, federal and international law, contractual obligations and industry-specific requirements.
Before joining Mullen Coughlin, Jillian was a Senior Associate at a “Big Four” accounting firm practicing in their State and Local Tax service area. There she focused on state tax due diligence projects for large-to-medium-sized businesses across multiple sectors. In addition, she worked on state tax controversy and state tax structing projects.
While in law school, Jillian was an editor of the Widener Law Review and graduated magna cum laude.
Outside of the firm, Jillian is a member of the Bethesda Project’s “Young Professional Advisory Board.” The Bethesda Project is a Philadelphia-based non-profit organization that provides emergency shelter, housing and other supporting services for homeless individuals and families across Philadelphia.