Cozen O’Connor announced that former Consumer Protection Division Chief and Assistant Attorney General Meghan Stoppel has joined the firm’s Denver and Washington, DC, offices as a member in the State Attorneys General Practice.
Stoppel has served in high-level public roles and led and resolved multistate investigations in key industries including education, financial services, health care, and pharmaceuticals. She also understands the regulatory challenges facing general counsels, having served in a privacy and marketing compliance role for a multibillion dollar consumer-facing corporation.
In her role as Consumer Protection Division Chief, Stoppel represented Nebraska in cases involving alleged violations of Nebraska’s Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices Act, Consumer Protection Act, Nonprofit Corporation Act, and other state and federal consumer protection laws. She has a deep knowledge of deceptive and unfair trade practices, data privacy and security, antitrust and competition matters, nonprofits, tobacco regulation, and charitable trusts and how to help clients develop compliance strategies that align with their business goals.
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