Meghan McCormick is an associate in the Private Wealth and Fiduciary Litigation Group in the firm’s Century City office.
Areas of Practice
Meghan’s practice focuses on trusts and estates litigation. She litigates trust and will contests, breach of fiduciary duty cases, elder abuses cases, conservatorships, guardianships, and accounting disputes. Meghan also handles general commercial litigation, including breach of contract, conversion, negligence, and copyright infringement cases.
Meghan is part of an internationally-recognized team representing clients in some of the most high-profile, celebrity, and complex trust and estate disputes. Her cases have spanned the globe, implicating the laws of Chile, Argentina, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Among her cases, Meghan was an integral member of the team that won summary judgment, affirmed on appeal, in the estate of Douglas R. Tompkins, founder of The North Face and Esprit apparel companies, defeating a trust contest with global implications and protecting hundreds of millions of dollars dedicated to creating and expanding national parks in Chile and Argentina. Meghan also was part of the team that won a decisive victory to maintain the Lakers’ current leadership.
Meghan is active in the legal community. She has undertaken several pro bono representations, and is a member of the California Lawyers Association Trusts and Estate Section.
- California Trusts and Estates Quarterly – Volume 25, Issue 4, 2019
- Litigation Leaders: Sheppard Mullin's Robert Friedman on Splitting Leadership of the Business Trial Group Three WaysALM, 08.03.2023
- Litigator of the Week Runner-Up and Shout OutsThe American Lawyer, 01.13.2023