October 31, 2020

Volume X, Number 305

Megan R. Brillault

Megan Brillault represents individuals, trade associations and businesses, including Fortune 500 companies, in complex civil and criminal environmental and toxic tort litigation, including class and mass actions.

Versed in the complexities of e-discovery, Megan helps clients implement cost-effective and fast-paced litigation solutions for all phases of discovery through post-trial proceedings. She also promotes diversity and inclusion within the firm and the legal community, working with the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity and various women's organizations.

A cornerstone of her practice includes helping clients in their pursuit and/or defense of cost recovery and contribution actions by private parties as well as federal and state governments under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and related state laws, including the New York Navigation Law and the New Jersey Spill Act. In addition, Megan defends clients in toxic tort and product liability litigation as well as class and mass action litigation. Megan’s experience includes groundwater and subsurface contamination issues involving a wide variety of contaminants including PCE, TCE, PCBs, 1,4-dioxane, and lead, among others. She also represents policyholders in insurance coverage disputes under various types of policies, including CGL, D&O and pollution policies. To enhance her arbitration and mediation skills, Megan participates in a formal ADR training program that seeks to increase diversity among ADR neutrals.

    Megan is also co-chair of the firm's Litigation practice group. Prior to joining the firm, Megan served as a law clerk to the Honorable Charles L. Brieant, former United States District Judge in the Southern District of New York.

    Articles in the National Law Review database by Megan R. Brillault

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