Meghan LaganzaSenior Counsel
- commercial litigation
- antitrust and competition
- trade secrets
- intellectual property
- copyright infringement
- trademark infringement
- Finn Dixon & Herling LLP
- Cummings and Lockwood LLC
- Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP
- District of Connecticut
- Southern District of New York
- Eastern District of New York
- Fordham University School of Law (Associate Editor, Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal)
- Denison University
As an experienced commercial litigator, Meghan has litigated in federal and state courts, including high-stakes MDL litigations. Her multi-district litigation experience includes sophisticated antitrust defense work for Stolt-Nielsen SA, Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group Ltd in four federal lawsuits consolidated into In re Parcel Tanker Shipping Services Antitrust Litigation where the central issue involved the existence, scope and effect of an alleged conspiracy to fix the price of international shipments of liquid chemicals in the United States.
Her antitrust work also includes representing a manufacturer and supplier of thermal cycler machines, which are instruments capable of performing automated “polymerase chain reactions,” a method of replicating DNA for which the inventor received a Nobel Prize, alleging a horizontal price fixing claim in a classic hub-and-spoke form.
She also defended the American Hospital Association in a proposed class action lawsuit in which the court granted a motion to dismiss the plaintiff’s complaint.
For her employment work, she was defense counsel for a sales director of Gartner Inc. in a case alleging federal and state claims for hostile work environment, retaliation and emotional distress.
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