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Megan N. Brown

Attorney
Megan N. Brown

Megan N. Brown concentrates her practice in business and commercial litigation; real estate and real estate-related disputes; landlord/tenant disputes; bankruptcy litigation; and employment litigation.

Ms. Brown received her Juris Doctorate degree from South Texas College of Law in 2011, graduating Summa Cum Laude. While at South Texas, Ms. Brown was a member of the South Texas Law Review, The Order of the Lytae, and was on the Dean’s List. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunications, with a Minor in Business Administration from Indiana University at Bloomington, Indiana in 2007.

Megan concentrates her practice in business and commercial litigation; real estate and real estate-related disputes; landlord/tenant disputes; bankruptcy litigation; and employment litigation.

Prior to joining Rapp & Krock, PC, Ms. Brown was a briefing attorney to Justice John S. Anderson and Justice Brett Busby at the Fourteenth Court of Appeals in Houston, Texas. Ms. Brown is a member of the Houston Bar Association, and the State Bar of Texas. Ms. Brown is admitted to practice before the Texas State Courts and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas.

Representative Matters

  • Obtained summary judgment for individual and small business, dismissing the multi-million dollar claims asserted against them and awarding them their attorneys’ fees.  Further defended against an appeal and obtained favorable ruling from appellate court, upholding the trial court’s judgment and fee award. 
  • Prosecuted claim of trucking company in bench trial obtaining favorable judgment for damages and attorneys’ fees. 
  • Represented lender in obtaining dismissal of chapter 13 bankruptcy and foreclosing on real property.  Further defended lender in state court litigation brought by borrower. Obtained summary judgment in favor of lender, dismissing all claims against lender and awarding lender its damages and attorneys’ fees. 
  • Represented home owners in defending claims brought against them by home owners’ association and prosecuting counterclaims against the association. Obtained judgment for home owners finding no liability to home owners’ association, awarding damages against the association, and awarding home owners their attorneys’ fees. 
  • Represented litigation trust in bankruptcy adversary proceeding against former directors and officers for fraudulent and preferential transfers as well as fraud against the company.  Defeated multiple motions to dismiss and successfully resolved the matter.   
  • Successfully argued application for temporary restraining order to be issued restraining defendant from further transferring property and absconding with proceeds from the sale of the transferred property. 
  • Successfully defended against a temporary restraining order seeking to restrain client from foreclosing on real property.