Megan J. Muoio has been a litigation associate with Allyn & Fortuna LLP since 2006. Ms. Muoio has successfully represented a wide range of clients, from national corporations to small New York businesses, in state and federal courts in New York and New Jersey. She has briefed and argued appeals in the New York State appellate courts and the United States Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Muoio also has experience representing clients before administrative tribunals and before mediators and arbitrators in New York.
Ms. Muoio concentrates her litigation practice in the areas of employment law, contract disputes, construction litigation, real estate litigation and transactions, and intellectual property issues. She has experience handling complex employment law and commercial issues, and clients frequently call on her to provide business-focused solutions to their litigation problems. Ms. Muoio also counsels clients with an eye toward preemptive resolution of common business disputes through careful drafting of documents and agreements.
Megan Muoio was born in Marlton, New Jersey. Ms. Muoio was awarded her B.A., magna cum laude, from Gettysburg College in 2001, where she was a double-major in Political Science and Women’s Studies. She is a member of Alpha Phi Omega and Phi Beta Kappa. Ms. Muoio earned her J.D. from Boston University School of Law in 2004. During law school, Ms. Muoio was a member of the Boston University School of Law Civil Litigation Clinic and served as a legal intern for Associate Justice Scott L. Kafker of the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Ms. Muoio is also a contributing writer to the Allyn & Fortuna’s blog on employment law development and emerging legal issues.