Meghan Martin's litigation practice focuses on the discovery phase of complex civil litigation in both state and federal courts as well as government investigations. Ms. Martin has substantial experience managing various aspects of the discovery process and formulating discovery strategy. She has managed discovery in a wide array of cases, including large-scale civil and criminal government investigations, product liability litigation, antitrust matters, class action, and commercial dispute. Her experience has encompassed all phases of complex civil litigation, including formal discovery, motion practice, trial preparation, and appellate review.

Her corporate and securities work includes representing private equity funds and corporate clients in stock and asset purchase transactions.

Ms. Martin also has an active pro bono practice. Most recently, she represented James A. Dennis in state and federal habeas proceedings where a federal judge granted habeas relief and overturned Mr. Dennis' conviction and death sentence. (Dennis v. Wetzel, Civ. A. No. 11-1660 (E.D.P.A. Aug. 21, 2013)). She was a member of the trial team that successfully protected national park resources from commercial development. She has represented clients in immigration and family court matters. She has represented a client in state and federal habeas proceedings.

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Credentials

Education
  • JD, Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, 2007
  • BA, Catholic University of America, 1999
Admissions
  • District of Columbia
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