Megan’s Contact Information
- Bar Admissions
- Court Admissions
- Community Involvement
- Awards & Honors
- Written Work
- Other Legal Experience
Born to be a litigator, Megan does not take things at face value. She is a passionate analyst who excels at debate. Megan focuses her practice on mass litigation and long term care with proven results.
Megan believes strongly that “you learn something new every day” is true in life and in the practice of law. Megan believes that constantly honing skills, for example, even coming up with more strategic ways to ask a question in a deposition, is very rewarding.
Megan’s drive to get to the bottom of tough case issues combined with her knowledge of the law, counsel, and political climates make her insight and advice essential to achieving favorable results. With strong relationships on both sides of the bar, she is able to strategize, think creatively and “push hard for the results her clients desire.”
With proven results in everything from civil litigation in mass tort, asbestos, commercial/general litigation, and long term care issues, Megan has demonstrated herself to be a sharp mind and a rising legal star.
- B.A. in Arabic, The Ohio State University College of Arts and Sciences, Summa Cum Laude (2007) J.D.,
- The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law (2012)
- West Virginia
- West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals
- United States District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia
- United States District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia
- Young Lawyers’ Division – Defense Trial Council of West Virginia
- Volunteer, West Virginia Lawyers Assistance Program
- Board Member, Young Professionals Kiwanis Club of Charleston
Awards & Honors
- Best Brief award, 2012 Sutherland Cup Moot Court Competition hosted at Catholic University of America
- Constitutional Law Moot Court Team Member, 2012
- Associate Editor, The Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution (2010-2012) Published article in the Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution: Volume 27, No. 3, 2012. Compelling Mentally Incompetent Persons to Arbitrate Claims: Why Dusky and Drope Should Apply
- The Ohio State University Honors Society 2004-2007
- Why West Virginia Courts Should Reject the Any Exposure Theory of Causation in Asbestos Litigation, Defense Trial Counsel of West Virginia 2014 Notebook of Articles.
Other Legal Experience
- Summer Associate, Flaherty Sensabaugh and Bonasso, May 2011 – August 2011
- Judicial Extern to the Honorable Norah McCann King, U.S. District Court, Columbus, Ohio, Fall 2011
- Law Clerk, Franklin County Public Defenders Office, January-March 2011
- Law Clerk at the Ohio State Employment Relations Board May 2010-August 2010