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Megan Marie Early-Soppa

Megan Marie Early-Soppa

Associate

T (864) 751-7627
F (864) 751-7800
Overview

Megan Early-Soppa’s litigation practice helps companies and individuals in the transportation industry to grow and protect their businesses. She is a member of the firm’s Transportation and Manufacturing Teams, and clients call on her to minimize risk and maximize opportunity in their business operations.

Megan assists clients with regional and nationwide guidance on commercial litigation matters, including broker liability, broker tort, FMCSA and state regulatory compliance and permitting matters, as well as insurance coverage cases. Hand-in-hand with the firm’s robust Transportation Team, her thorough knowledge of the industry puts her clients at ease.

She is a Greenville native and received her law degree, cum laude, from the Southern University Law Center. Megan received her undergraduate degree from Wofford College.

She is a board member of the Hispanic Alliance SC and a member of the Diversity Committee of the South Carolina Bar Association.

Community
  • Hispanic Alliance SC, Board Member (2018-)
Focus
Education
  • Southern University Law Center, J.D., cum laude, 2012
  • Wofford College, B.A., Intercultural Studies for Business in Spanish, 2008
Admissions
  • Louisiana
  • South Carolina
Affiliations
  • South Carolina Bar Association
    • Member of Diversity Committee
    • Member of Young Lawyers Section
  • South Carolina Black Lawyers Association
  • Transportation Lawyers Association
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