Diane L.Myers

Associate

Houston + 1.832.239.3898

Diane Myers focuses her practice on complex civil litigation and government enforcement actions. She has been involved in numerous state attorney general civil suits, government enforcement proceedings, and complex tort and securities disputes, including multidistrict litigation. Diane also has substantial experience with all stages of government investigations and defense, including conducting internal investigations, responding to subpoenas or investigative demands, communicating investigation results to clients and government agencies, and negotiating resolutions. Her work has spanned a range of industries, including the energy, technology, health care, financial services, and pharmaceutical sectors.

Diane also maintains an active pro bono practice. She represents women and children seeking asylum and special immigrant juvenile status in state and immigration court proceedings. She also participates in the Pathways to Law mentoring program, through which she teaches a legal-based curriculum and coordinates visits to the University of Houston Law Center for junior high students.

Experience

  • Silicon Valley information technology company investigates its international supply chain and network securityJones Day is leading an internal investigation into a multinational information technology company's supply chain and computer network security, and is representing the company in a related SEC investigation.
  • Former CEO of multinational metals and mining corporation represented in SEC investigationJones Day represents the former CEO of a multinational metals and mining corporation in an SEC investigation related to accounting and disclosure issues and a subsequent lawsuit filed by the SEC.
  • Pathways to Law Program, a supplemental learning program for Houston students, kicks off the 2018-2019 school year at Pilgrim Academy and Oak Forest ElementaryJones Day Houston lawyers are partnering with lawyers from Chevron in the Pathways to Law Program, a supplemental learning program for students in Houston.
  • Former CEO defends Australian corporate regulator claimJones Day is acting for the former CEO of a metals and mining company in defending proceedings brought by the corporate regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission ("ASIC"), in the Federal Court of Australia.
  • Titan Energy sells Appalachia assets for $84.2 millionJones Day advised Titan Energy, LLC, an affiliate of Atlas Energy Group, LLC, in the $84.2 million sale of a portion of its Appalachia assets to Diversified Gas & Oil, PLC.
  • Amedisys settles putative securities class action alleging violation of Section 10(b)Jones Day represented Amedisys, Inc. and certain former officers in connection with a putative class action alleging, among other things, violations of Section 10(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
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