Successful client service depends on clear communication and efficient work. It is my goal to serve clients by providing consistent communication and working in an efficient and diligent manner, effectively utilizing available resources to provide a solution. Whether the claim is set for litigation or the client seeks an alternative, I strive to evaluate each claim and prepare the necessary defense strategy and recommendations. Each client presents with unique circumstances and it is my goal to tailor a strategy and solution to each claim.
Myla E. SepulvedaAssociate
Myla Sepulveda is a litigation attorney in the Washington practice group. Myla joined Reinisch Wilson in August 2018.
Before attending law school, Myla worked seven years at a multimedia lifestyle entertainment company, which worked with a range of entertainers including Hoobastank, Sons of Anarchy and Machete’s Danny Trejo. She frequently traveled for work and assisted in all divisions of the company including intellectual property. Subsequently, she joined a commercial real estate and healthcare law firm for two years before deciding to attend law school. At the healthcare firm, she assisted providers with obtaining licenses to operate assisted living and skilled nursing facilities and assisted businesses in forming corporations and limited liability companies.
Before she joined Reinisch Wilson PC, Myla clerked in the Office of General Counsel at Bonneville Power Administration (U.S. Department of Energy) and assisted in their general practice in matters including credit/risk management, bankruptcy, letters of credit, energy compliance with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and environmental compliance. She interned at the Lewis & Clark Low Income Taxpayer Clinic and represented low-income taxpayers in controversies with the Internal Revenue Service, including audits and appeals before that agency and trials and hearings before the U.S. Tax Court. Myla also externed at the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon for the Honorable John V. Acosta where she drafted opinions in cases involving immigration, social security benefits, education, civil rights and breach of contract.
Myla is also fluent in Spanish.
- “Washington Firefighter Presumption Case Law Update,” Washington Claims School, March 2, 2022
- “Do We Need to Disclose That,” Washington Virtual CE presented by Reinisch Wilson Weier PC, January 27, 2021
I enjoy traveling abroad and exploring new sites. It is my goal to travel all seven continents— South America, Australia, and Antarctica are remaining on my list. When I am not traveling, I am avidly reading award-winning, nonfiction books or training in Muay Thai Kickboxing.
Click here to read about Myla’s efforts in organizing a collection drive for refugees arriving from Afghanistan.