Meagan Truong is a member of the McNees Corporate & Tax Law, Mergers and Acquisitions Law, and Real Estate Practice Groups, focusing primarily on general corporate matters, commercial contracts, and commercial real estate transactions.
Meagan leverages almost a decade of experience and breadth of skill across various industries to provide her clients with the best options to move their business forward. She prioritizes her clients’ short- and long-term goals and always strives to ensure they understand the details of their transactions and any potential risks, an approach that allows her clients to make informed decisions and feel comfortable during what can otherwise be a stressful experience.
Meagan advises private business owners of all sizes, including many family business enterprises, on general corporate and commercial matters, including choice of entity issues and formation of entities; general corporate governance; mergers and acquisitions; acquisition and disposition of assets, including real property; business succession planning; and various related business contracting matters. She negotiates company internal governance agreements, real estate sale agreements, asset purchase and sale agreements, employment agreements, and commercial leases.
Before joining McNees, Meagan was a senior associate at Blumling & Gusky LLP, a Pittsburgh-based boutique construction and real estate law firm, where she played an instrumental role in representing a large Pittsburgh-area car dealership in a complex transaction to acquire the assets and real estate of a competitor. She also guided a client through the divestiture of his interests in several inter-related entities, resulting in a $21 million year-end payout and a favorable release from restrictive covenants. Prior to that, she practiced corporate and real estate law at a mid-sized regional firm and interned for D.C. Superior Court Judge J. Ramsey Johnson.
Meagan earned her J.D., with honors, in the top third of her class in 2012 from The George Washington University Law School, where she received a Presidential Merit Scholarship. She received her B.A in Political Science from Pennsylvania State University with high honors in 2006.
How does Meagan spend her free time?
In her spare time, she enjoys baking; taking walks and playing outside with her family (when it’s not too cold!); and playing scrabble with her husband.
Pennsylvania State University, B.A. in Political Science, in 2006
The George Washington University Law School, J.D., in 2012