Valued for her keen ability to analyze intricate legal and business issues, Meg represents clients in a wide range of complex civil litigation matters in state and federal courts. Meg's experience includes all phases of the litigation process, from motion practice to discovery and trial preparation.
Notably, Meg has developed a strong background in securities and structured finance litigation affecting buy-side entities. She proposes practical solutions to legal problems faced by hedge funds, institutional investors, and private equity funds. Meg forges strong connections with her clients, efficiently meeting their evolving legal needs.
Meg is passionately committed to the firm’s pro bono program. In 2014, she served as the Alan V. Lowenstein fellow at Essex-Newark Legal Services, representing low income individuals in landlord-tenant disputes, both in court and in administrative proceedings. Meg currently partners with lawyers at Prudential Financial and Volunteer Lawyers for Justice to run a court-based pro bono clinic providing legal advice and service to low-income tenants facing eviction proceedings.
Meg is a frequent contributor to the firm's Capital Markets Litigation blog, writing on various topics of interest to the financial community. Prior to joining the firm, Meg spent several years working on judiciary and transportation policy issues in the Washington, D.C. office of U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg.