Partner, San Francisco
Megan Dixon practices complex litigation, with an emphasis on international investigations.
Megan has substantial experience defending and prosecuting criminal cases, having worked both in private practice and as a federal prosecutor at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Division and the San Francisco United States Attorney's Office. Megan represents foreign and domestic corporations and individuals in criminal investigations and civil and criminal litigation. She has particular experience in the areas of international criminal antitrust law and cartel defense.
Lauded by Chambers USA, Megan is "highly rated for her work in criminal antitrust matters. Clients note that "She's just outstanding" and “single out [her] excellent criminal and cartel work.” She is also recognized in Legal 500 US where sources say she is "very capable and patient" and "explains complex legal concepts in an easy-to-understand manner." One source says of Megan: "About as good a lawyer in criminal price-fixing as you will find."
Megan worked as a full-time faculty lecturer at Harvard Law School for three years and is a former law clerk to The Honorable William M. Hoeveler of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.