Meghan Hausler joined Baker McKenzie’s Dallas office in 2011. She is a member of Baker McKenzie’s North America Litigation Practice Group and Global Antitrust Practice Group. Meghan is a litigator, regularly representing clients in a variety of litigation, arbitration and administrative matters before state and federal courts, federal and state administrative agencies, and self-regulated organizations such as FINRA.
Her experience includes class action defense, compliance issues, securities fraud, state and federal antitrust claims, negligence, breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty.
- Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D. summa cum laude) (2010)
- Texas Tech University (B.A. Psychology Honors, summa cum laude) (2007)
- U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas~United States (2012)
- U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas~United States (2012)
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas~United States (2012)
- Texas~United States (2010)
Professional Associations and Memberships:
- State Bar of Texas – Member
- American Bar Association – Member
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers – Member
- Order of the Coif – Member
- Phi Beta Kappa – Member
Representative Legal Matters:
- Successfully defended a major Japanese electronic component manufacturer in a grand jury investigation and in direct and indirect purchaser class action cases involving claims under federal and state antitrust laws.
- Defeated class certification in a suit initiated in the Northern District of Texas asserting claims for breaches of fiduciary duty and contract, and California unfair competition against a financial services company and its executive officers. After the denial of certification, plaintiffs dismissed the case.
- Assisted in defeating, in Travis County, Texas, the State Attorney General’s attempts to impose a receivership and injunction against a public financial services company and its subsidiary as well as the executive officers, based upon alleged securities fraud and securities registration violations under the Texas Securities Act.
- Defended (second chair) broker dealer in a FINRA arbitration, including cross-examination of claimants and assistance with preparation of expert witness and respondents, resulting in a favorable finding of no common law fraud.
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