Leah S. Rizkallah is an associate in Foley Hoag's Litigation Department. Her practice focuses on complex civil litigation, internal and government investigations, corporate governance disputes, and employment-related litigation. Leah has experience representing clients in healthcare, professional services, clean energy, hospitality, and broadcasting. She also maintains an active pro bono practice, including work dedicated to increasing government transparency related to social justice issues. Prior to joining Foley Hoag, Leah practiced at a New York law firm where she worked on a variety of litigation matters, including complex financial litigation, internal and government investigations, and corporate governance disputes.
Developments in Delaware’s Caremark doctrine for breaches of fiduciary duty have paved a narrow path for plaintiffs to hold directors liable for failing to adequately address and oversee their company’s cybersecurity and data privacy risks.