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Megan L. Wolf


Megan Louise Wolf is a partner in the firm's Washington, D.C. office. Megan's practice focuses on antitrust counseling, mergers and acquisitions, and criminal and civil antitrust investigations. Named as a “Rising Star” by Legal 500 and The Deal, Megan counsels and represents clients in a wide range of transactional antitrust matters, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, competitor collaborations, and issues related to compliance with the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act. Megan represents corporate clients and individual executives in criminal antitrust investigations, including those into procurement fraud, hiring practices, financial services, generic pharmaceuticals, and numerous other industries. 

Megan also advises clients in a variety of consumer protection matters before the Federal Trade Commission, including advising online retailers in rulemakings and enforcement matters.

Megan received her J.D., cum laude, from Georgetown University Law Center in 2011, where she served as article development editor for the American Criminal Law Review and was a member of the Barristers' Council Trial Advocacy Division. During law school, Megan interned for United States Magistrate Judge John M. Facciola in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. She received her B.A. in journalism, with highest distinction, from The Pennsylvania State University in 2005.


  • Pennsylvania State University, B.A. Journalism (2005) summa cum laude
  • Georgetown University Law Center, J.D. (2011) cum laude


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Antitrust and Competition

Litigation & Trial

White Collar and Regulatory Enforcement


Antitrust Investigations

Supply Chain Management

Antitrust Mergers and Acquisitions

Antitrust Counseling Practice

Civil Antitrust Litigation

Health Care Antitrust Practice

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  • Representing United Technologies in connection with its $135 billion merger with The Raytheon Company, which The Deal named its 2020 "Deal of the Year," its $30 billion acquisition of Rockwell Collins, and its $16.5 billion acquisition of Goodrich.
  • Representing a multinational corporation in a grand jury investigation into hiring practices (no-poach/non-solicitation).
  • Representing a key employee of a leading Korean oil company in connection with a DOJ procurement fraud and bid rigging investigation.
  • Representing United Technologies Corporation in its $30 billion acquisition of Rockwell Collins.
  • Representing a Fortune 25 corporation in a grand jury investigation into price fixing and market allocation in the generic pharmaceutical industry.
  • Representing Humana Inc. in its proposed $37 billion merger with Aetna Inc. and related litigation.
  • Representing TransCanada Corp. in its $13 billion acquisition of Columbia Pipeline Group.
  • Representing United Technologies Corporation in its $9 billion divestiture of Sikorsky Aircraft to Lockheed Martin.
  • Representing AT&T Inc. in its acquisition of DirecTV.
  • Representing United Technologies Corporation in its $16.5 billion acquisition of Goodrich.
  • Representing Flowers Foods in its acquisition of the Hostess bread brands and assets.
  • Representing corporations and executives in criminal antitrust investigations related to price fixing and bid rigging in a wide variety of industries including auto parts, financial products, telecommunications and media, and others.
  • Representing a major aerospace and defense company in an FTC Section 2 conduct investigation.
  • Litigations involving Section 1 and Section 2 claims in a variety of industries, including healthcare and aerospace and defense.
  • Counseling matters relating to compliance with the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act.
"What Will the New Year Bring for Government Contractors?" Crowell & Moring Webinar, 2023. (January 12, 2023). Presenters: Crowell & Moring Government Contracts Group.
"FTC Cracks Down on Non-Competes as Unfair Methods of Competition," Antitrust Law Alert (January 6, 2023). Contacts: Alexis J. Gilman, Jeane A. Thomas, CIPP/E, Megan L. Wolf, Kate M. Watkins, Lauren T. Fleming
Client Alert / Newsletter
"FTC Proposes Rule to Categorically Ban Non-Compete Agreements," Antitrust Law Alert (January 6, 2023). Contacts: Alexis J. Gilman, Shawn R. Johnson, Kris D. Meade, Megan L. Wolf, Jeane A. Thomas, CIPP/E, Christopher J. Banks, Richard Stella, Rachel Lesser, Jessica Franzetti
Client Alert / Newsletter
Noncompete Ban Tees Up 1st Test Of FTC's Rule Powers Law360 (January 6, 2023)
Press Coverage
“Lessons Learned from Agency Merger Challenges and Policy Developments,” Fourth Annual Antitrust & Tech Conference: The Emerging Merger Enforcement Agenda in the U.S.: Implications for Tech and Beyond, Crowell & Moring Webinar, 2022. (December 5, 2022). Moderator: Megan L. Wolf
"Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (MMWA) and “Right-to-Repair” – What In-House Counsel Need to Know," Crowell & Moring Webinar, 2022. (November 3, 2022). Speakers: Mohamed Awan, Jordan Ludwig, Jason Stiehl and Megan Wolf.
"Justice Department Goes on the Offensive Against Board Interlocks," Antitrust Law Alert (October 21, 2022). Contacts: Shawn R. Johnson, Megan L. Wolf, Olivier N. Antoine, Richard Stella, Allison Fleming
Client Alert / Newsletter
Legal 500 United States Ranks Crowell & Moring in Eight Practice Areas in 2022 Guide (June 15, 2022)
Firm News / Announcement
"More Boxes to Check for Leniency Applicants," Antitrust Law Alert (April 7, 2022). Contacts: Daniel L. Zelenko, Megan L. Wolf, Rebecca Monck Ricigliano, Kate M. Watkins, Jessica Franzetti
Client Alert / Newsletter
"Did I Hear That Correctly? DOJ Antitrust Division Seeks to Criminally Prosecute Monopolization," Antitrust Law Alert (March 4, 2022). Contacts: Daniel L. Zelenko, Megan L. Wolf, Jeff Severson, Juan A. Arteaga, Shawn R. Johnson
Client Alert / Newsletter

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