“I am dedicated to my clients and treat their goals as my own. ”
Meghan is an attorney in Obermayer’s Litigation Department, focusing her practice on commercial litigation, construction litigation, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), insurance, and appellate matters. Meghan represents developers, investors, business owners, property owners, tenants, financial service providers, as well as international businesses.
Meghan is a dedicated advocate for her clients. She seeks to understand her client’s goals to then work together to achieve those goals. Each case is unique, and Meghan believes it is important to create a tailored strategy in order to achieve a favorable result for her client. Additionally, Meghan values her relationship with clients and understands litigation can be stressful. As such, she works to guide them through the process while consistently communicating with them to make the process as smooth and successful as possible.
When she is out of the office, Meghan enjoys staying active and learning about areas outside the law. She loves going down the shore, spending time with her family, and exploring new restaurants. She also enjoys watching a new documentary or taking a yoga class.
Meghan has experience in representing and defending clients in claims involving premises liability, products liability, professional liability, and commercial transportation liability.
Meghan served as a law clerk to Honorable J. Christopher Gibson, Cape May County Superior Court, Civil Division, where she drafted memorandums of decisions for the Law, Special Civil, and Probate Divisions and mediated small claims cases.
Meghan was elected to sit on the Board of Trustees for the Burlington County Bar Foundation (NJ) for the 2021-2024 term.
In law school, Meghan was awarded a CALI Award. She was also a recipient of a Merit Scholarship.
Meghan was a student member of the Brehon Society of Philadelphia, co-President of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Team, President of the Community Service Initiative student organization, a student member of the Faculty/Student Code of Conduct Committee, and a pro bono volunteer at the Irish Immigration Clinic.