Megan is an Associate in Rivkin Radler’s Insurance Fraud Practice Group. She helps insurers prosecute civil lawsuits under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, including affirmative actions to recover insurer claim payments to physicians, medical clinics, attorneys, public adjusters and others involved in complex, large-scale insurance fraud schemes.
Prior to joining Rivkin Radler, Megan served as an Assistant District Attorney for four years in the Queens County District Attorney’s Office. While working for the District Attorney’s Office, Megan was assigned to the Domestic Violence Bureau, Appeals Bureau and most recently the Felony Trial Bureau. Megan has prosecuted and investigated a wide array of felony cases, including robberies, burglaries, assaults, crimes involving the sale and possession of drugs and controlled substances, criminal possession of weapons, grand larcenies, DWI, violations of orders of protection and sex crimes. She handled the prosecution of these cases from arrest to sentencing, including investigations, grand jury presentations, discovery and motion practice, and hearings and trials.
While in the Appeals Bureau, Megan drafted numerous briefs and participated in oral arguments before the Appellate Term and the Appellate Division, Second Department.
Megan also served as a rider for the Special Victims Bureau for two years where she drafted search warrants with the NYPD, responded to serious sex crimes and interviewed the witnesses shortly after the crime.
While in law school at Hofstra University’s Maurice A. Deane School of Law, Megan was a member of the Hofstra Trial Advocacy Association and a participant in the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.
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Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, Juris Doctor
Arizona State University, B.A.