Meg Sanborn-Lowing is an associate practicing out of the New York office, where she prosecutes corporate governance and fiduciary duty litigation on behalf of the firm's institutional investor clients. Meg is a member of the New York County Lawyers Association, where she serves on the Supreme Court and Abortion Rights Joint Task Force.
Meg is currently a member of the teams prosecuting In re Lordstown Motors Corp. Stockholders Litigation; Fishel v. Liberty Media Corporation; and In re Santander Consumer USA Holdings Inc., among other matters. Meg was a key member of the trial teams in In re Columbia Pipeline Group, Inc. Merger Litigation and Tornetta v. Musk, et al.
Since joining the firm in 2021, Meg has been an integral member of the teams that prosecuted a number of the firm’s most significant litigations, including:
- Tornetta v. Musk et. al and Tesla, Inc., which resulted in a landmark decision nullifying Elon Musk’s $55 billion compensation package;
- Emps. Ret. Sys. of the City of St. Louis, et al., v. Jones, et al. (“FirstEnergy Corp.”) ($180 million settlement and corporate governance reform, including replacing six directors and a process that led to the removal of the CEO)
- In re Columbia Pipeline Group, Inc. Merger Litigation (partial settlement for $79 million for claims against the individual defendants)
- In re Multiplan Corp. Stockholders Litigation (settlement for $33.75 million)
- In re AVX Corporation Stockholders Litigation ($49.9 million settlement in a controller squeeze-out transaction)
Prior to joining the firm, Meg was an associate practicing litigation at a securities law firm. She is a graduate of Fordham University Law School, where she was editor-in-chief of Fordham's Journal of Corporate and Financial Law. Before law school, Meg worked as a legal assistant at an international law firm focusing on complex commercial litigation and regulatory proceedings. Meg obtained her B.A. in History from Davidson College, where she was Captain of the Women’s Soccer Team.