Megan Hiorth

VP, General Counsel

Megan joined Valiant in early 2016 and serves as General Counsel. She has extensive experience representing major corporations and individual customers in diverse corporate and litigation matters, including contract/fraud, labor and employment, environmental, securities, capital markets, immigration, and various other complex commercial litigation and bankruptcy matters, in both state and federal court. She has also demonstrated a strong dedication to pro bono work, particularly in the area of immigration matters. Megan’s ability to think critically and creatively has resulted in many successes on behalf of her clients. Megan places the highest value on honesty and integrity, and through this approach, has earned the trust and respect of her both clients and legal adversaries alike.
Megan graduated from Johns Hopkins University, where she was a member of the varsity swim team, wrote for the Johns Hopkins Newsletter, and worked as a copy-editor for the Johns Hopkins University Press. Her proven work ethic earned her awards and honors including departmental honors, Dean’s List, membership in the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and being named a University Athletic Associates All-Academic Recognition Honoree.
Megan earned a Dean’s Merit Scholarship for Rutgers University School of Law – Newark. While at Rutgers, Megan participated in the David Cohn Appellate Advocacy Competition, was a volunteer for the Street Law Program where she taught practical law to students at a local Newark high school and was selected to participate in the Milani Disability Law Writing Competition. Megan was also a Research Editor for Rutgers Law Review and a Legal Research and Writing Teaching Associate.
Megan has been published multiple times, including publication of her Law Review Note, Are Traditional Property Rights Receding With Renewable Energy on the Horizon? She is admitted to the New York and New Jersey Bars.