- University of Cincinnati College of Law, J.D., 2013, cum laude
- The Ohio State University, B.A., 2010, cum laude
Bar & Court Admissions
- Admitted to practice law only in the states listed above.
Megan is an associate in the Vorys Columbus office and a member of the tax and probate group. She focuses her practice on state and local taxation, with an emphasis on real property tax valuation disputes and appeals. She has appeared before numerous county boards of revision, the Ohio Board of Tax Appeals, and the Ohio Supreme Court. Megan also represents and advises clients seeking exemption from, and remission of, real property taxes. Megan has also assisted clients in numerous jurisdictions throughout the country in managing and successfully contesting assessments where appropriate.
Megan received her J.D. cum laude from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, where she was the senior articles editor for Human Rights Quarterly. She received her B.A. cum laude from the Ohio State University, where she was an editor for the student newspaper.
Professional and Community Activities
- Columbus Bar Association, Member, 2013-present
- 7/17/2019Taxpayers seeking to contest the values established by the local assessor have a short time-to contest their new valuation. This time frame varies by state and by local jurisdiction and in many cases begins to run upon mailing of a new value notice.
- 7/17/2019Since the last edition of The Evaluator, there have been several notable decisions from courts and tax boards; and legislative developments in jurisdictions across the country.
- 4/10/2019Taxpayers seeking to contest the values established by the local assessor have a short time-to contest their new valuation.
- 4/10/2019Since the last edition of The Evaluator, there have been several notable legislative developments and decisions from courts and tax boards in jurisdictions across the country.
- 3/7/2019Property taxes are frequently the largest non-productive expense incurred by property owners, and proactive management of this expense may result in increased profitability.
- 2/12/2019Every six years the State of Ohio requires counties to reappraise real estate.
- 1/8/2019Every six years the State of Ohio requires counties to reappraise real estate.
- 1/8/2019Taxpayers seeking to contest real property tax values established by assessing jurisdictions across the country often have a short window of opportunity to contest their new valuation.