- Georgetown University Law Center (J.D. 2013), cum laude, American Criminal Law Review, Articles and Notes Editor; Annual Survey of White Collar Crime, Editor, Tax Violations Chapter
- The College of William and Mary (B.A. 2006), Government and Music, magna cum laude, Benjamin Stoddert Ewell Award, James Monroe Scholar
Valued for her keen ability to analyze and explain intricate legal and business issues, Meg represents clients in a range of complex antitrust investigations and litigation, including matters involving price fixing, market allocation, and monopolization. She also has extensive experience in securities, structured finance, government enforcement, and other high stakes matters including class actions and multi-district litigation.
For domestic and global companies in the pharmaceutical, financial services, and technology industries, Meg proposes practical solutions to legal problems, always seeking the most efficient path forward. She forges strong connections with her clients, seamlessly meeting their evolving legal needs.
Meg is firmly dedicated to her pro bono practice. She previously served as a fellow at Essex-Newark Legal Services, representing low-income individuals in landlord-tenant disputes. Meg also helped launch and run a court-based pro bono clinic providing legal advice and service to low-income tenants facing eviction proceedings.
Prior to joining the firm, Meg practiced at another national law firm, and formerly worked on judiciary and transportation policy issues in the office of U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg.
- Representing international pharmaceutical manufacturer in multiple regulatory and antitrust investigations and antitrust class actions
- Representing a putative class of CUSIP users challenging anticompetitive restrictions on the use of CUSIPs
- Obtained relief for pro bono plaintiff transgender servicemembers challenging former government policy regarding service of transgender people in the armed forces
- Obtained the dismissal of claims against IKB Deutsche Industriebank arising out of CDO transactions in the Southern District of New York
- Represented RMBS Trustee concerning hundreds of millions of dollars in mortgage repurchase claims
- Represented hedge fund in successfully settling stockholder derivative litigation
- Served on leadership team managing a pro bono national non-partisan hotline to answer questions from voters during the 2016 presidential election
- Represented technology company in successfully opposing applications to enjoin $180 million acquisition in three jurisdictions
- Partnered in designing and launching an ongoing, court-based pro bono clinic to provide legal advice and document-drafting to assist low-income tenants in defending themselves from eviction
- Prosecuted claims on behalf of insurance company against investment bank for fraudulent misrepresentation and civil RICO involving the creation and sale of over $1 billion of RMBS
- Assisted in the defense of an international pharmaceutical company against several hundred toxic tort lawsuits in federal and state courts
- Represented a family-owned company in a multimillion-dollar breach of contract claim
- Obtained a significant monetary settlement for a pro bono client in a civil rights matter.
Meg Slachetka Partner
Washington, DC 20004
- New York
- New Jersey
- District of Columbia
- U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York