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Megan Crowley is a litigator who represents clients in the technology, life sciences, and financial services sectors. Her practice focuses on complex commercial disputes and litigation under the Administrative Procedure Act. She has represented clients at all stages of litigation, from case inception through trial and appeal. She currently represents several leading technology companies in litigation relating to electronic surveillance, cybersecurity, and data privacy.

  • Representation of leading financial institution in a dispute arising out of a cybersecurity incident experienced by its merchant customer involving payment card data.
  • Representation of a leading technology company in constitutional challenges to nondisclosure orders associated with government surveillance.
  • Representation of leading technology company in responding to criminal third-party subpoenas that request access to customer data.
  • Representation of pharmaceutical distributor in complex, multi-district civil litigation.
  • Representation of multiple Fortune 500 companies in breach of contract disputes.
  • Representation of leading professional association as amicus curiae before the United States Supreme Court.
  • Representation of healthcare client in proceedings before a panel of the American Arbitration Association involving claims against its former business partner.
  • Representation of healthcare client in litigation challenging the federal government’s termination of Medicare Part D contract.

Pro Bono

  • Representation of the University of California and its President, Janet Napolitano, in district court, appellate, and Supreme Court litigation challenging the government’s rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ("DACA") program.
  • Representation of a local non-profit organization in litigation challenging a decision of the D.C. Commissioner of Insurance, Securities and Banking regulating the charitable obligations of a national health insurer.

Previous Experience

  • Trial Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Division, Federal Programs Branch (2014-2016)
  • Washington DC Super Lawyers, “Rising Star” 
  • U.S. Department of Justice Civil Division Rookie of the Year