Megan O'Connor concentrates her practice on complex commercial litigation. She represents clients in both state and federal court in all facets of business litigation including breach of fiduciary duty and corporate governance claims, merger and acquisition litigation, securities litigation, patent infringement, and intellectual property litigation. She regularly advises multinational corporations, directors, officers, managers, members, and investors in connection with their rights and responsibilities under the Delaware General Corporation Law and Delaware’s alternative entity statutes.
Prior to joining the firm Megan served as an associate at a Delaware corporate law firm. Through this role, Megan advised clients on mergers and acquisitions, breach of contract, fraud, and statutory proceedings. Megan participated in many pro bono cases including presenting a father in a termination of parental rights trial and serving as a guardian Ad Litum and represented six children across two cases in the Family Court of Delaware.
- Delaware Bar Association
- All in the Community: Using Community Solar Gardens to Bring the Benefits of Renewable Energy to Low-Income Communities, 31.2 GEO ENV’T L. REV. 391 (Winter 2019)