Meaghan focuses her practice on business and commercial litigation matters, with a focus in trusts and estates litigation. She litigates accounting disputes, drafts petitions and civil pleadings, performs complex research, defends objections and dispositive motions and has experience handling large-scale discovery productions. She is familiar with both civil practice and Surrogate's Court procedure. Meaghan was a Summer Associate at Harris Beach in 2016, and served as a law clerk in the Albany office during her final year of law school.
Meaghan advises organizations of all structures on developments within the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act (MRTA), including cultivators and processors, retailers, and distributors. She’s a frequent speaker on Cannabis topics and regularly publishes articles about the licensing process and legislative updates.
During law school, Meaghan served as Judicial Intern for the Hon. Kimberly A. O’Connor, Acting Justice for the Supreme Court of Albany County, where she drafted opinions on behalf of the court. As the Executive Director of the Anthony V. Cardona ’70 Moot Court Program, she directed more than 70 competitors in more than ten nationwide competitions. She competed twice in the University of Maryland’s National Health Law & Regulatory Compliance Competition in Baltimore, Maryland, is a member of the Order of the Barristers, and was awarded all four of the intraschool moot court awards as a third year law student. Meaghan also served as Associate Editor for the Albany Law Review.