Megan E. McKenzie
Megan represents people and businesses by fighting to correct injury and hold corporations and individual actors alike accountable for their misconduct.
Megan McKenzie is a litigator with experience in the public and private sectors, including government enforcement investigations, private fiduciary and securities actions, partnership disputes, and reputational matters. She combines this breadth of perspective with her creativity and determination to understand client needs and goals and ultimately get results.
Her practice focuses on complex civil litigation, white-collar crime, and defamation actions. She also works tirelessly to secure justice for victims of sex trafficking and sexual abuse. In addition, Megan has a passion for constitutional law, specifically First Amendment speech and Fourth Amendment privacy issues.
During law school, she worked with the SEC’s Enforcement Division as well as with a copyright collective management organization. Prior to law school, Megan worked at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York to help secure a $2 billion settlement against Barclays related to the 2008 financial crisis and residential mortgage backed securities.
Writings and Presentations
- Pandemic, Public Health, And the Police Power: A Quick Sketch of Why States Can Require Wearing Masks in Public, Above the Law, June 29, 2020
- Federal Bar Council
- New York City Bar