Ashley Repka focuses her practice in Commercial Litigation. Ashley has assisted in the representation of a variety of clients across multiple industries, in cases involving breach of contract, business and other torts, securities regulation, and intellectual property disputes. She regularly analyzes and briefs complex legal issues and utilizes her research and analysis to draft demand letters, complaints, answers, discovery requests and responses, and pretrial motions. Additionally, Ashley continues to develop the firm’s practice in Investigations, Government Enforcement and White Collar Protection, and Cybersecurity, Data Protection and Privacy. In this regard, she has participated in internal investigations of public and private companies and analyzed clients’ obligations to disclose cyberthreats and cyber-attacks under state and federal law.
In her cybersecurity practice, she helps clients across a spectrum of industries manage cybersecurity risks, respond to cyber-attacks and defend related regulatory enforcement actions and civil litigation.
Ashley also maintains a consistent pro bono practice. She has represented individuals in contract disputes, HOA assessment disputes, and the dispute of mechanics’ or materialmen’s liens, and regularly represents a local nonprofit organization in forcible entry and detainer proceedings before the Justice Court. Before joining Snell & Wilmer, Ashley was a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Samuel A. Thumma, then-Chief Judge of the Arizona Court of Appeals. During her year at the court, Ashley researched and prepared the first draft of appellate decisions addressing civil judgments at various stages of litigation, criminal convictions, juvenile dependencies, and more.
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law (J.D., Cum Laude, 2018)
Jurimetrics, The Journal of Law, Science, and Technology, Executive Board Member (2017-2018)
Joel Shepard Family Law Assistance Program, Co-Director (2017-2018)
Health Law Society, Secretary (2016-2018)
Rule 38 Certified Limited Practice Student, Juvenile & Family Justice Clinic (2016)
Center for Law, Science, and Innovation, Center Scholar (2015-2016)