Saidah A. Grimes is an associate at Murphy, Falcon & Murphy with significant experience in numerous forms of complex litigation, including class actions and mass tort cases.
Specifically, Ms. Grimes litigates data breach class actions in complex and cutting-edge areas of data privacy such as in the financial services and healthcare industries. Ms. Grimes guides her clients through critical moments from the first discovery of a breach through the litigation process. In this role, she is responsible for drafting pleadings, analyzing discovery and researching nuanced areas of law.
Ms. Grimes graduated from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, cum laude in 2014, where she obtained her juris doctor. While in law school, she was the Technology Editor for the Journal of Health Care Law and Policy, Treasurer of the Moot Court Board and successfully won her first trial as a Rule 16 attorney in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City’s Juvenile Division.
Prior to attending law school, Ms. Grimes graduated magna cum laude from the University of South Carolina Moore School of Business where she quadruple majored in international business, corporate finance, global supply chain and operations management and marketing and minored in Spanish. While in college, Ms. Grimes studied abroad in Spain, Argentina and Brazil where she also received a competitive grant to research international procurement and sustainable sourcing of commodities.
Ms. Grimes is licensed to practice in Maryland and is a member of the Alliance of Black Women Attorneys of Maryland, Inc., the American Association for Justice and the American Bar Association. She is fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese.