Megan’s principle areas of practice are complex commercial and appellate litigation. Megan represents clients in a variety of complex disputes in state and federal courts, including media litigation, banking and securities litigation, contract disputes, business torts, malpractice, and litigation related to restructuring. Megan has successfully advocated for clients during hearings, depositions, and other discovery proceedings. She has also negotiated favorable settlements and managed teams of her fellow associates on complex civil cases. Megan enjoys representing clients on pro bono matters, including media organizations as amici curiae before the Supreme Court of the United States and, in federal district court, a client seeking the return of her child under the Hague Convention. Megan also led a team that represented a mother and her son before immigration courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the Fifth Circuit, ultimately resulting in a grant of asylum for her clients.
Before joining the firm in 2016, Megan
clerked for Judge Norman K. Moon of the U.S. District Court for the Western
District of Virginia and Judge Catharina Haynes of the U.S. Court of Appeals
for the Fifth Circuit.