Samantha Miko is an associate in the firm's Washington, DC office. She focuses her practice on real estate transactions and specializes in structuring complex transactions, sales/acquisitions, leasing, and creative forms of financing including New Markets Tax Credits (“NMTC”), Tax Increment Financings, Public/Private Partnerships, and public finance including taxable and tax exempt bonds. Ms. Miko also has experience in both intellectual property litigation and consumer finance litigation, including the defense of banking, mortgage lending, and consumer financing services companies in state and federal class actions. She has appeared before state and federal courts in a variety of proceedings and has represented clients in settlement negotiations. She has also managed extensive discovery for clients, including written discovery and complex discovery issues related to electronically stored information.
Admitted only in MassachusettsNot Admitted in D.C. / Supervised by Olivia S. Byrne, member of D.C. Bar
Ms. Miko was a summer associate at K&L Gates in 2012. During law school, her student note Norm Conflict, Fragmentation, and the European Court of Human Rights, 54 B.C.L. Rev. 1351 (2013), was published in the Boston College Law Review. For this work, Ms. Miko received the 2014 Deak Award from the International Law Students Association, in conjunction with the American Society of International Law, for the best international law student article in a student-edited law journal.