Meghan McMeel

Associate

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First and foremost, Meghan McMeel is a litigator. She relishes the role of courtroom advocate and approaches every aspect of the job with equal measures of tenacity and common sense. Having entered the field of product liability early in her career, she possesses as much trial experience as many lawyers with considerably more seniority.

Meghan always enjoys taking on new missions and new responsibilities, tackling them with confidence and working hard until every issue is resolved. She has extensive experience advising manufacturers with product-liability issues, successfully defending their products and drafting reports for the Consumer Products Safety Commission. She has represented large corporations at trial, filing evidentiary motions, preparing witnesses, and arguing motions. She has handled litigation for multiple product manufacturers, including day-to-day litigation, mediation, expert preparation, discovery issues, motion practice and settlement negotiations.

Although she’s a tireless advocate, Meghan also believes in the power and value of good-faith negotiation. And while she realizes that the judicious application of a carefully measured amount of whiskey and water may not solve most problems, it never hurts to try.


  • Education

      • DePaul University College of Law, J.D., 2012, CALI Supreme Court Litigation and Trial Advocacy
      • DePaul University, B.A., Political Science, French, with honors, 2006

    Bar Admissions

      • California
      • Washington
      • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
      • U.S. District Court for the Central District of California
  • Professional Memberships

    • American Bar Association

      • Tort Trial and Insurance Section
    • Queens Bench

    • Women Lawyers of Alameda County

    • Defense Research Institute (DRI)

    Speeches & Presentations

    • “Cloud Computing – Professional Conduct and Ethical Implications,” (co-presenter) CLE Presentation, Chicago, Illinois (Sept. 12, 2013)