Megan Gordon's practice focuses on risk management, transactional due diligence, compliance and internal investigation matters. She serves as the Office Managing Partner for the firm's Washington, DC office.
Megan's work encompasses a broad range of regulatory matters arising under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), US anti-money laundering (AML) and economic sanctions laws and regulations, export controls, privacy and US data protection laws and regulations. She advises clients on how to manage risk exposure in a wide-variety of legal areas affecting companies and financial institutions conducting international business. She also advises multinational companies in connection with transactional risks and in designing and implementing their compliance programs.
Megan is a member of our global Data Risk team.
News and client work
- New York State Department of Financial Services Penalizes Cruise Ship Operator for Failing to Prevent and Timely Report Cyberattacks,
Privacy & Cybersecurity Law Report (2022)
- U.S. Federal Banking Agencies Issue Rule Requiring Banks to Notify Regulators of Cyber Incidents Within 36 Hours,
Banking Law Journal (June 2022)
- Has your U.S. retirement program had a risk checkup lately?, July 2021
- U.S. Will Need Congress Support For CBDC
- Women, Influence & Power in Law: 401 Data Breach Investigation: What You Need to Know and How to Protect Yourself
Speaker, October 17, 2019
- Cyber and Data Privacy Due Diligence
Global Investigations Review, The Guide to Cyber Investigations, 2019
- Questions About Cybersecurity? There's An APP For That!
Corporate Counsel Business Journal
Career and qualifications
- Georgetown University (AB) 2001
- Georgetown University Law Center (JD) 2004
- Joined Clifford Chance 2004
- Partner since 2015