Julia B. Meister, partner and head of the firm's Cincinnati Estates Trusts and Fiduciary Litigation group, will be a panel participant on Thursday, April 28 at the American Bar Association’s Real Property, Trust and Estate Law 22nd Annual Spring Symposia conference in Washington, D.C.
Meister and her esteemed co-speakers will take the podium on the first day of the event and address a topic of importance to litigation, ethics and malpractice attorneys. The presentation is titled “I might get by with a little help from my expert,” and will focus on the use of experts in trust and estate litigation.
At Taft, Meister counsels clients and represents them in commercial and estate, guardianship, trust and fiduciary matters and professional ethics and discipline matters before courts, administrative tribunals, and arbitrators. She advises clients on a variety of health law issues and represents health care clients in disciplinary proceedings and investigations before licensing boards and professional societies. She has published numerous articles in the Ohio Probate Law Journal and recently served on the Ohio Supreme Court's Summit on Aging Planning Committee, raising awareness of financial and other forms of elder abuse.