Megan Browdie solves clients’ antitrust issues, including guiding transactions through merger review and representing clients in government investigations and litigation. She also regularly counsels clients on a variety of topics including pricing practices, licensing of intellectual property and other distribution issues.
Megan has helped to secure critical wins for clients in a number of cases and has experience in matters before the Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission and state antitrust authorities, as well as in federal court.
Megan works with clients in a number of industries, including automotive, consumer goods, computer hardware, financial services, IoT, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and medical devices, publishing, software and telecommunications.
Megan maintains a vibrant pro bono practice, primarily working with families and caregivers in the Washington, DC area. She has successfully secured safe homes for vulnerable children by seeking custody or guardianship for several clients, working with the Children’s Law Center.
In her most recent representation, she represented a mother whose second-grade son had been denied special education services by the school, successfully securing a place for her son in a special education classroom and over 100 hours of compensatory education reimbursed by the school. Megan is also a member of the DC office pro bono committee and recipient of Cooley’s 2017 Pro Bono Award.
Megan is also an active member of the American Bfor the incoming Presidential administration, for one year. Megan is currently serving as a Vice Chair on ar Association’s Section of Antitrust Law. She served as a “Young Lawyer Representative” for three years, supporting the Antitrust Section’s M&A Committee for two years and the Presidential Transition Task Force, which prepared a report with recommendations the Antitrust Section’s Federal Civil Enforcement Committee.
At Georgetown University Law Center, Megan was the executive notes editor of the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics and interned at the Bureau of Competition at the Federal Trade Commission.
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