Meghan Stoppel, Former Nebraska Consumer Protection Division Chief, Joins State Attorneys General Group

  • Former Nebraska Consumer Protection Division Chief Meghan Stoppel joined Cozen O’Connor’s State AG Group as a Member. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional.
  • Prior to her work in the Nebraska AG’s office, where she handled investigation and enforcement of state and federal laws related to deceptive and unfair trade practices, data privacy and security, antitrust, nonprofits, tobacco regulation, and charitable trusts, Stoppel served as an assistant AG in Kansas, where she handled consumer protection matters.
  • Lori Kalani, Co-Chair of Cozen O’Connor’s State AG Group, was interviewed in a Reutersarticle about the expansion of the Cozen O’Connor team in light of the increasing coordination between state AGs and federal agencies in the Biden era. Kalani noted that Cozen O’Connor recruits lawyers with highly specialized expertise in state attorney general matters. She also said that she anticipates increased enforcement activity relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, including for disbursed funds-related fraud and compliance with pandemic-related laws and regulations.