Megan L. Brown is a partner at Wiley Rein LLP. She has significant litigation, appellate and regulatory experience before state and federal courts and agencies across the country.
Ms. Brown has developed particular expertise helping businesses respond to federal, state and local regulation raising constitutional, administrative law and statutory issues. She litigates and counsels clients on complex legal issues involving federal preemption and the reach of government power. From motions practice to appellate briefing, Ms. Brown represents corporations in all phases of complex litigation and develops litigation and compliance strategies under a variety of federal statutes, including the federal Communications Act, the Federal Arbitration Act and the Freedom of Information Act, as well as the U.S. Constitution.
J.D., Harvard Law School
A.B., The College of William & Mary
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Washington, DC 20515
Supreme Court Declines Connected Vehicle Lawsuit, Leaving Standing Issues in Tech and Security for Future Resolution
Who is best positioned to develop security and privacy standards for emerging technologies that malicious...
SCOTUScast 2-10-17 featuring Megan Brown
On January 18, 2017, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Lee v. Tam. Simon...
Litigation, Intellectual Property, and Free Speech & Election Law Practice Groups Teleforum
Can the government police speech it thinks is offensive, even when members of the group...
Cybersecurity: Private Sector Faces Increasing Regulatory Risk From Agency Enforcement and Informal “Guidance” Becoming Standard of Care - Podcast
Litigation Practice Group Podcast
After Target, Anthem, Sony, and Ashley Madison, cybersecurity is at the top of every company...
SCOTUScast 2-11-15 featuring Megan Brown
On January 14, 2015, the Supreme Court issued its decision in T-Mobile South, LLC v....