Meghann Supino is an associate in Ice Miller's Litigation and Intellectual Property Group, where she serves clients in a wide array of litigation and regulatory areas. Primarily, Meghann has focused her practice on business litigation, including commercial disputes, contract and fraud litigation and business torts. Meghann also regularly advises clients on complex legal issues involving consumer product law, recalls and reporting to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Food and Drug Administration, and other federal and state agencies.
Meghann joined Ice Miller in 2013. Prior to coming to Ice Miller, her practice focused on complex commercial litigation and consumer product safety law. Meghann also has experience in real estate disputes, environmental litigation, products liability cases, employment disputes, election contests and recounts, corporate governance issues, professional liability defense, intellectual property cases, energy litigation (including coal, natural gas and electricity), and general federal and state regulatory compliance advisory work.
Originally from Massachusetts, Meghann moved to Virginia in 2000 and received her Bachelor of Arts in government and French from the College of William & Mary in 2004, graduating summa cum laude. While in school, she earned membership in Phi Beta Kappa and studied abroad in Paris. She received her juris doctorate from William & Mary School of Law in 2007, where she was a member of William & Mary Law Review.
Meghann is licensed to practice law in Indiana and Virginia state courts and U.S. District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana, as well as the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia.
Co-author, Jail Time as a Result of Joint CPSC-Customs Enforcement, Law360, June 26,2013
Co-author, Fixing the CPSIA: What's Next?, Law360, April 7, 2009