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Meghan A. Litecky
Kansas City MO 64112
As a former prosecutor, Meghan Litecky learned how to think critically and make decisions under extreme pressure a skill she carries with her today as a civil litigator. Meghan's prowess in the courtroom strengthens her ability to lead clients as a litigator, with attention to detail and the ability to make rapid decisions. Meghan's practice focuses on a variety of civil litigation and personal injury defense matters, ranging from advising trucking companies in wrongful death actions to defending small businesses in professional liability claims. Clients seek Meghan's ability to defend them in trial and protect their businesses. For example, she successfully defended clients against an $8.5 million claim alleging a breach of their duty of loyalty and tortious interference with business expectancy. Prior to joining Dysart Taylor, Meghan was an assistant prosecuting attorney for the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office. She is currently a Trial Advocacy Ad Junct Professor for the University of Missouri Kansas City School of Law, a Master in the Robert T. Ross Trial Academy, Co-Chair of the Association for Women Lawyers Women's Trial Institute, the vice-chair of the Continuing Legal Education Committee for the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, Membership Chair of the Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City, member of the Board of Directors for the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association Foundation and member of the Transportation Lawyers Association.
USLAW Practice Group Affiliations
- White Collar Defense: Alternate 1
Resources & Articles
Dysart Taylor director Meghan Litecky was honored as a Pro Bono Champion by the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association (KCMBA) and Legal Aid of Western Missouri as part of the Project Pro Bono initiative. Litecky was honored for her pro bono work with the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Foundation’s (KCMBF)… Continue Reading