Montené's work focuses on complex cybersecurity and privacy consumer class actions. In her role, she assists the Technology & Data Breach team with all evidentiary-related aspects of litigation.
Prior to joining Hausfeld, Montené interned at the National Football League (NFL) working within both Management Council and Compliance. As a law clerk, she was responsible for examining both player and non-player contracts, conducting discovery review and analysis, and supporting all facets of arbitration preparation. She also drafted League policy, conducted risk assessments and legal governance, and assessed ethics and compliance violations. Montené also previously interned at the Southern District of New York (S.D.N.Y.) within the Mediation Office, where she collaborated directly with mediators in advising parties on how to best settle legal disputes.
Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2019
Texas Tech University, B.A. in Political Science, summa cum laude, 2015
Not yet admitted to the DC Bar. Supervised by Partners of the Firm.
- Member, New York County Lawyers’ Association - Committee on Law & Technology
- Member, New York City Bar Association - Sports Law Committee
- Member, New York State Bar Association – Entertainment, Arts, & Sports Law Committee
- "National Security/Cybersecurity in the Time of COVID and Beyond: How Safe is the U.S., Your Firm, Your Clients… and What Can Be Done?" New York County Lawyers Association Continuing Legal Education Institute (Nov. 13, 2020), Presenter
- "Tackling Coronavirus: Maintaining Privacy in the NFL Amid a Global Pandemic," New York State Bar Association, Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Journal, Vol. 31, No. 4, pp. 24-27 (Fall 2020), Author
- "#BlackLivesMatter: Epistemic Positioning of the Black Body in Society, Politics, and Law," Journal of Contemporary Rhetoric, Vol. 5, No.3/4, pp. 78-89 (2015), Co-Authored with Catherine Langford