January 11, 2021
“We are proud to recognize Leslie and Meghan for their commitment to client service and proven results as they achieve this milestone appointment as new shareholders,” said managing partner Amanda Pennington Ketchum. “Each brings unique and valuable experience to their practice and we look forward to their continued success in this role.”
Boe, a problem-solver who uses her expertise to partner with clients, has advised clients in the construction industry, including owners, design professionals, general contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers, for nearly two decades. She has significant experience in all forms of dispute resolution – mediation and arbitration – as well as trials in both state and federal courts.
Prior to joining Dysart Taylor, Boe operated her own law firm for almost a decade. This gave her a unique understanding of the challenges and complexities that private and family business owners face. She earned her legal degree from University of Missouri School of Law and her undergraduate degree in history and political science from William Jewell College.
As a former prosecutor, Litecky learned how to think critically and make decisions under extreme pressure – a skill she carries with her today as a civil litigator. Her 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.
For more than eight years, Litecky served as an assistant prosecuting attorney for the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office before joining Dysart Taylor in 2015. She is currently a trial advocacy adjunct professor at the University of Missouri–Kansas City (UMKC) School of Law and serves in various leadership roles within local bar and trial associations. Litecky earned her J.D. from the UMKC School of Law and her undergraduate degrees in journalism and political science from the University of Missouri.