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  • Education
    • J.D., Entrepreneurial Law Clinic, Silicon Flatirons, Mock Trial, Colorado Journal on Telecommunications , University of Colorado Law School, 2014
    • B.S., University of Colorado-Boulder, 2008, Journalism
Megan Garnett cares about getting her clients the best results. Megan takes the time to listen to her clients to fully understand their business and industry. Her experience navigating civil litigation from pre-trial complaints through the appellate process, provides her clients the expertise needed to develop a comprehensive strategy to achieve their desired outcomes. Megan strives to be the go to resource for any questions that may arise for her clients and utilizes her resources to construct creative resolutions. Megan’s practice focuses on general commercial litigation and she has experience in representing clients involved in the energy industry as well as professional malpractice cases.

As a Colorado native, Megan is passionate about giving back to the community and growing Colorado’s economy.  Megan has sat on the Board of the Colorado Women’s Bar Association for the past five years and is heavily involved in both the Denver Bar Association and American Bar Association.  Megan is passionate about the startup community in Denver and Boulder and has volunteered for Girls, Inc. and is involved in the Colorado IP Inn of Court.  Megan is loyal to the University of Colorado and can be found cheering on the Buffalo’s at basketball and football games.  In her spare time, Megan enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and English Bulldog, Juan Pablo.
  • Managed discovery, expert witnesses, and prepared party depositions in large federal district court cases.
  • Assisted in receiving a successful disposition at the motion to dismiss stage of a telecommunications case with over $20 million of damages alleged against our client.
  • Assisted in drafting amicus brief regarding the crime-fraud exception to the attorney client privilege in a Colorado Supreme Court case that adopted our argument.
  • Received a successful disposition for our client based on the Warne v. Hall case in Colorado which adopted the Federal Iqbal/Twombly standards.
  • Drafted a successful motion to dismiss in a federal district court case claiming age and disability discrimination.
  • Represented attorneys in legal malpractice cases involving corporate divorce, real estate transactions, bankruptcy, libel, and trade secret litigation.
  • Managed discovery in complex commercial litigation where ESI and metadata were critical issues.
  • Participated in representation of large public utility in state cases involving torts and regulatory issues.
  • Conducted legal research regarding patent infringement issues in trade secret litigation.
  • Drafted operating agreements, commercial contracts, and trademark registration applications for new and emerging companies.
eAlerts Updates
January 2019
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The End of Uncertainty: The Colorado Supreme Court Adopts the Plausibility Pleading
Co-Author, Colorado Lawyer
February 2017
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Ethics and Technology
Co-Presenter, CLE Presentation
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Ten Things to Know About Appellate Practice
Co-Presenter, University of Colorado Law School Legal Writing Class
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Camaraderie in the CWBA: Advancement, Well-Being, and Ethics
CLE Presentation