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Samantha Myers

Attorney
426 W. Lancaster Avenue, Suite 200
Devon, PA 19333

Office: (267) 930-1266

Education

Temple University,
Beasley School of Law, Juris Doctor, 2017

University of Pittsburgh
Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science, magna cum laude, 2013

Admission

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey

Practice Areas

Samantha Myers is an Associate at Mullen Coughlin LLC. Ms. Myers is an associate attorney at Mullen Coughlin. Ms. Myers focuses her practice on representing clients that experience data privacy events. Ms. Myers assists clients in determining the nature and scope of a data incident, identifying the entities and individuals affected by the incident and ensuring compliance with all applicable state, federal and international legal obligations that result from the incident. Ms. Myers also assists clients in responding to regulatory investigations and inquiries.

After an incident occurs, Ms. Myers works as part of the incident response team to partner with data forensics experts and insurance professionals in order to assess the scope of the breach and to provide the appropriate response. Her breach response experience includes:

• Coordination of breach response services for clients of all market sizes and across multiple business sectors including construction, energy generation, financial services, healthcare, hospitality, municipal government, and retail; and
• Breach risk assessment and regulatory reporting including response to enforcement actions.

Prior to joining Mullen Coughlin, Ms. Myers worked as a tax consultant at a Big Four accounting firm where she advised clients on state and local tax issues, including income, franchise, and sales and use taxes. Most recently, Ms. Myers served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Daniel A. Bernardin on the Superior Court of New Jersey. Ms. Myers earned her juris doctor from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law where she served as a staff editor for the Temple International and Comparative Law Journal and had her comment selected for publication in 2017.