Megan A. Suehiro’s practice focuses on complex business and securities litigation. She has experience in various phases of litigation, including fact investigation, discovery, motions practice, and trial. Megan has appeared before state and federal courts, and has second-chaired three bench trials, securing complete judgment on behalf of the client in all three.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Megan was admitted to the partnership of the largest law firm in Hawaii.
While in law school, Megan was a Dean’s Scholar and served as a judicial extern to Judge Susan Oki Mollway, former Chief Judge of the US District Court for the District of Hawaii.
Represented Hawaii’s largest general contractor in a $30+ million dispute over a bioenergy project on the Island of Hawaii.
Defended a developer of urban high-rise condominiums in litigation over the construction of a residential tower on Oahu.
Secured a $331 million contract award in a bid protest involving Maui’s Kahului Airport through a four-day administrative contested case hearing.
Defended a developer against claims for $7.3 million in a contract dispute on Kauai, including a successful seven-day bench trial resulting in a favorable judgment and award of attorneys’ fees and costs.
Represented an international law firm in a series of alleged legal malpractice actions filed in federal and state courts.
Georgetown University Law Center, 2011, J.D.
University of California, Los Angeles, 2006, B.A., cum laude
US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
US District Court for the Central District of California
US District Court for the Northern District of California
US District Court for the District of Hawaii
Awards and Affiliations
Director, Hawaii State Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division (2014–2015)
Director, Community Helping Schools (2012–2017)
Member, Hawaii State Bar Association
Member, American Bar Association
Executive Editor, Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics