Trish Carreiro practices in the firm’s Litigation Group and has experience in a broad range of civil litigation, including cybersecurity, commercial litigation and insurance disputes. She has appeared before courts and administrative agencies alike and frequently publishes on cybersecurity issues.
She received her undergraduate degree in Public Policy Studies from Duke University (BA, most distinguished honors), and her law degree from New York University, where she was a member of the Law and Liberty Journal. During law school she was awarded “Best in Mediation” in the International Alternative Dispute Resolution Mooting Competition in Hong Kong, and featured in an international press release on leadership.
She has interned at the US Department of Justice, US Attorney’s Office (SDNY), US Securities and Exchange Commission, US Department of State, New York Office of the Attorney General and Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities.
- Connecticut Bar Association, Secretary, Women in Law Section
- Connecticut Bar Association House of Delegates, District 12 (Hartford)
- Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association
- National Hispanic Bar Association
- FAIR Institute’s Cyber Insurance Workgroup
Journal of Law and Liberty, Staff Editor
International Alternative Dispute Resolution Mooting Competition Team, Won 1st Place in Mediation and 3rd Place for Oral Advocacy
- Applying Inogen Data Breach Lessons to Healthcare Providers, HealthITSecurity, April 18, 2018
- Email Breach at Oxygen Equipment Maker Affects 30,000, HealthcareInfoSecurity, April 13, 2018
- What the CareFirst Data Breach Decision Means for Healthcare, Health IT Security, March 14, 2018
- Critical Mass: SCOTUS Punts on Data Breach Standing. Plus, Plaintiffs Pull Plug on Seattle Talc Trial, Law.com, February 27, 2018
- Hospital Impact – Cybersecurity Breaches Pose Major Legal Threat to Healthcare Providers, FierceHealthcare, November 1, 2017
- Statutory Damages: The Future of Cybersecurity Litigation, Corporate Counsel, March 21, 2017
- Developing Trends In Cyberinsurance Litigation, Law360, February 13, 2017
- Standing in Data Breach Cases, Today's General Counsel, December 2016
- The Future of Insurance Under a Trump Administration, Law360, December 2, 2016
- Limits of Cyber Insurance Being Tested in Litigation, Today’s General Counsel, June 2016
- Spokeo’s Impact on Data Breach Cases: The Class Action Floodgates Have Not Been Opened, But the Door Has Not Been Locked, The Cybersecurity Law Report, May 25, 2016
- When Do Consumers Have Standing to Sue Over Data Breaches?, The Cybersecurity Law Report, May 11, 2016
- How 3 Agencies Prosecute Lax Cybersecurity, Law360, March 2, 2016
- Cybersecurity Litigation: The Tip of the Iceberg, InsideCounsel, Fall 2015
- FAIRCON18: "Using FAIR to Optimize Your Cyber Insurance Coverage"
- The Knowledge Group: "Data Breach Litigation: Recent Trends and Developments"
- Evolver Webinar: "Cyber & Law: It’s Really About the Money"
- Which Insurance Would Cover a Breach-Related Injury?
- Cyber Risk and Liability Insurance: What Is It and Why You Need It
- She Leads: Women in the Law
- Cybersecurity Litigation and the Role of Cyber Insurance (September 19, 2015)
- JD – New York University School of Law (2013)
- BA, with Highest Distinction – Duke University (2008)
- US District Court District of Connecticut