June 21, 2022
Dysart Taylor Cotter McMonigle & Brumitt, P.C. is pleased to announce that shareholder/director Meghan A. Litecky served on a panel at the annual Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association Bench-Bar & Boardroom Conference May 18‑20 at Chateau on the Lake Resort Spa & Convention Center in Branson, Missouri.
Associates Kathryn Alsobrook, Bobbie Liu and Sydney Paquette joined Litecky for the weekend of events, which included industry-related programming such as ethics and the law of cryptocurrency; diversity, equity and inclusion; the great resignation; eliminating bias in jury selection; and race and gender bias/discrimination issues in ADR.
Litecky was one of four panelists to provide insight to conference participants on the plenary panel titled, “Can You Be Happy, Inclusive and Professional While Being a Strong Advocate?”
Litecky focuses on a wide range of civil litigation matters both big and small representing individuals and businesses in everything from advising trucking companies in wrongful death actions to representing small businesses in professional liability claims to helping individuals in an array of personal injury and property damage matters.
Alsobrook defends personal injury, and discrimination claims, focusing in the areas of transportation, labor and employment, and insurance defense.
Liu focuses her practice on real estate litigation, as well as business and contract disputes.
Paquette focuses her work in civil litigation and defending companies and individuals in the transportation and logistics industries.
To kick off the conference, Litecky won the longest putt event and Liu claimed the longest drive as part of the Bench-Bar golf tournament at Branson Hills Golf Club.