Megan Evans represents clients in complex litigation claims often involving numerous parties and a high volume of documents. She is very adept and skilled using electronic discovery document databases in relation to multi-party litigations featuring large document productions on behalf of clients and/or the other involved parties. In particular, she has expertise representing general contractors, developers and subcontractors in solving and preventing problems and in litigating construction litigation claims.
Before returning to law practice here at the firm, Megan spent more than 2 years as in-house counsel at Mentor Graphics Corporation. At Mentor Graphics she gained extensive experience negotiating end user software license and custom software service agreements. Further, Megan is now well practiced in advising software developers regarding the application and use of open source software.
She started her career clerking for Lane County Circuit Court for the Honorable Maurice K. Merten, where she observed a multitude of trials and gained knowledge of trial practice and procedure.
Education and Bar Admissions:
University of Oregon, J.D. 2005
Megan earned her bachelor’s of science degree from University of Oregon in 1998.
Megan went on to receive her law degree from University of Oregon Law School in 2005 and was admitted to the Oregon State Bar that same year.
Megan is a member of the Oregon State Bar, the ALFA International Construction Practice Group, and an affiliate member of the Asphalt Pavement Association of Oregon.
Megan enjoys movies and watching college basketball, but most of her time is spent trying to keep up with her daughter, Kyle.