Meghan McGuire is a litigator who represents real estate and financial services clients in federal and state court litigation, arbitration and mediation.
My practice encompasses a broad range of disputes for a range of businesses, including financial institutions, creditors, corporate fiduciaries, and manufacturers.
I represent real estate clients in a variety of land use and zoning matters. Recently, I successfully represented a developer against a homeowners’ association that challenged the developer’s project on environmental and zoning grounds. I also represent local agencies against challenges to their zoning and planning boards’ actions on environmental and zoning grounds.
I represent individuals, families, guardians, nonprofit entities, and corporate fiduciaries concerning estate, probate, tax and business disputes. Such representations have included will contests, probate and estate litigation, trust disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims, business and asset valuation disputes, undue influence claims, challenges to investment decisions and results, cy pres petitions, trust reformation proceedings and complaints for instruction, actions taken by agents under powers of attorney, removal and surcharge of fiduciaries, and disputes involving charitable trusts and foundations.
I advise clients on the laws applicable to social media. This ranges from the consumer protection laws surrounding social media advertising and endorsements, to the state and federal laws and platform rules governing social media contests and giveaways, to a business’s legal recourse against false and defamatory social media reviews. I also monitor trends and breaking news in the area of social media law and post these developments in NP’s Privacy Blog.
I represent a wide array of businesses in contract disputes ranging from property leases to software development services to non-compete agreements.
I serve a variety of financial service institutions in matters ranging from Chapter 11 restructurings, creditors’ rights, fiduciary and trustee disputes, and consumer protection issues including TCPA litigation.
The costs of litigation are continuously increasing. As a result, lawyers must develop cost effective techniques to increase the efficiency and decrease the cost of litigation for clients, including following trends in e-discovery and legal project management.
NP Privacy Partner | 02.23.18
NP Privacy Partner | 02.09.18
NP Privacy Partner | 02.02.18
Columbia University School of Law, J.D., Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
Cornell University, School of Industrial & Labor Relations, B.S.
Meghan has been selected to Super Lawyers Magazine's 2015 Upstate New York Rising Stars list, recognized in the area of Business Litigation Law. She is also a recipient of The Daily Record’s 2016 Excellence in Law, Up & Coming award.
Meghan is an executive board member of the Greater Rochester Association of Women Attorneys (GRAWA) and a member of its Nominating Committee, a director of WBASNY, a member of the Campaign for Justice Cabinet, and a member of the Rochester Rotary. Meghan is also a member of the Monroe County Bar Association.