As a member of the Lewis Wagner’s litigation group, Meghan primarily focuses on insurance coverage, reinsurance issues and bad faith issues. She also represents insurance companies, businesses, and individuals in all aspects of complex civil litigation involving business and contract disputes, catastrophic injuries, cybersecurity and data management, and general litigation matters involving transportation, construction, premises liability, and professional liability.
Prior to joining Lewis Wagner, Meghan was an associate in the New York firm Traub Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry’s insurance coverage group, where she represented insurance company clients in insurance coverage litigation, and advised insurers on exposure and liability issues in wide array of tort and commercial contexts, including mass tort and class action litigation involving pharmaceuticals, chemical, transportation, news and entertainment, and oil and gas; environmental suits; FDA compliance claims; unfair competition and false advertising claims; intellectual property claims; construction defect; personal injury; product liability; and associated breach of contract claims.
Meghan has also represented clients in wide array of civil lawsuits concerning construction accidents, labor and employment laws and regulations, professional liability and malpractice claims, constitutional claims, embezzlement, fraud, and best banking practices and standards. She frequently advises insurance company clients on issues of regulatory compliance and assisted in the drafting of insurance policies and associated endorsements to confirm with state, national, and international law.