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  • Education
    • J.D., Cornell University, Moot Court Finalist; Moot Court Advisory Board
    • M.Phil., Cambridge University
    • B.A., with honors in Psychology, University of Michigan
    • B.A., with distinction in Classics, University of Michigan
Megan Harry brings to the table more than 20 years of experience defending and prosecuting complex commercial litigation matters in California and Colorado. As a member of Polsinelli's commercial litigation group, she has helped large and small businesses in the real estate, retail, banking, and health care industries. Megan enjoys working closely with clients on litigation in ways that help them achieve their business goals and objectives. Her representative experience includes cases involving breach of contract claims, negligence, and fraud and misrepresentation.

Prior to joining Polsinelli, Megan practiced law at a San Francisco-based litigation firm, and served as counsel at the University of Colorado.
  • Represented a real estate development partner in recovering more than $1 million in misappropriated investment capital.
  • Obtained a reversal in favor of a real estate client in the Colorado Court of Appeals, which reversed the lower court’s entry of summary judgment and entered judgment in our clients’ favor regarding a contract interpretation.
  • Prevailed in the Colorado Court of Appeals concerning the state’s hospital lien statute and the federal Medicare Secondary Payer Act.
  • Prevailed in the Utah Supreme Court affirming health care clients’ current lien collection practices. 
  • Defended a national health care provider in a challenge to acquisition pursuant to the Hospital Transfer Act before the Denver District Court and the Colorado Court of Appeals.
  • Successfully defended a federal law enforcement agent in federal court against alleged Fourth Amendment violations. 
  • Represented a medical device company in a favorable settlement of a non-compete provision in federal court, protecting the client from potential judgment in the amount of hundreds of thousands of dollars.