Megan E. Whitehill is an Associate in the New York office of Buckley Sandler LLP, where she represents corporate and individual clients in a wide range of enforcement and litigation matters.
Prior to joining Buckley Sandler, Ms. Whitehill was a litigation Associate at an AmLaw 200 law firm, where she focused on Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) enforcement matters as well as commercial litigation matters.
Ms. Whitehill received her J.D. from Temple University in 2013 (magna cum laude, Order of the Coif). During law school, she was a member of the Temple Law Review and a judicial intern for the Honorable Elizabeth T. Hey, U.S. Magistrate Judge, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Ms. Whitehill received her B.A. from Villanova University in 2010 (cum laude).
"The False Claims Act seal: Does it bind and gag the defendant?" by Andrew W. Schilling and Megan E. Whitehill (Business Crimes Bulletin)
A company that finds itself the target of a federal fraud investigation often faces the fraught question of whether it may, or even must, disclose the existence of that investigation to third parties, such as its investors, shareholders, major creditors, or insurers. The question can be even more...Articles
Andrew W. Schilling and Megan E. Whitehill Authored a Law360 Article, "Revisiting Bishop In Light Of Escobar"
Last year, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York handed the banking industry some much-needed ammunition to fight back against False Claims Act suits premised on broad certifications of compliance. Specifically, in Bishop v. Wells Fargo & Co ., the court affirmed the dismissal of a...Articles
John C. Redding, Marshall T. Bell, and Megan E. Whitehill Authored a Law360 Article, "Ability-To-Repay Enforcement Comes To Auto Finance"
In recent years, regulators and enforcement agencies have eagerly exercised their authority to prosecute what they perceive as unfair or deceptive acts and practices (UDAPs). Unfortunately for the auto finance industry, these regulators and agencies show no sign of tapping the brakes on such...Articles