Hannah Speirs focuses her practice in commercial litigation. She has experience in a variety of complex business disputes including breach of contract, landlord/tenant, real estate and other commercial matters. Hannah also focuses her practice in white collar defense and investigations, and cyber security, data protection and privacy.
In her white collar defense and investigations practice, Hannah represents companies and individuals in a wide variety of matters relating to federal and state criminal and regulatory enforcement. 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.
Conducted internal investigation for charter school management organization regarding fraud allegations
Representing company in investigation by U.S. Attorney’s Office for Northern District of Florida regarding indictment charging individuals with health care fraud, wire fraud and money laundering
Representing physician in investigation by U.S. Attorney’s Office for Central District of California and Department of Justice Civil Fraud Section regarding False Claim Act and anti-kickback allegations
Arizona State University, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2016)
Order of the Coif (2016)
Arizona State Law Journal
Willard H. Pedrick Scholar
Gordon Silver Scholarship Recipient
University of Wisconsin-Madison (B.B.A., Finance, Investment and Banking, 2013)
"Taking Squatters to the Cleaners for Using Your Dirt: Best Practices to Avoid and Defeat Adverse Possession Claims," Co-Presenter, State Bar of Arizona, Real Property Section, Tucson, AZ (March 8, 2017)
Volunteer Lawyers Program
ASU Homeless Legal Assistance Project
Snell & Wilmer Garfield Elementary Sponsorship Program