Megan focuses on a broad range of disputes in state and federal courts, including breach of contract, fraud, product liability, mass tort, antitrust, real estate, and bankruptcy-related litigation.
Megan was selected by the Business Council for the Arts (BCA) for its prestigious Leadership Arts Institute 2022-2023 class. BCA focuses on developing the next generation of business leaders for the arts in North Texas.
Outside of her practice, Megan is committed to serving her community. She currently serves as on the Board of the E.A. Young Academy, a not-for-profit private school dedicated to gifted, talented and high ability scholars.
Prior to joining Weil, Megan served as judicial law clerk to the Hon. Sean D. Jordan in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. Megan received her J.D., cum laude, from Texas A&M University School of Law, where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Texas A&M Law Review, and her B.A. from Barnard College.
Firm News & Announcements, Awards and Recognition, Latest Thinking
Firm News & Announcements
- Megan Cloud Selected for 2022-23 Leadership Arts Institute by Business Council for the Arts Firm Announcement — September 01, 2022
- Weil Wins Asylum for Congolese Victim of Persecution Litigation Win — December 09, 2021
Awards and Recognition
- Megan Cloud Selected for 2022-2023 Leadership Arts Institute Award Brief — Business Council for the Arts
- Strategies for Litigating the Designation of Senior Executives as ESI Custodians Publication — Bloomberg Law — By Yehudah L. Buchweitz and Megan Elizabeth Cloud — PDF — May 20, 2021