Krystle Meyer is an associate in the Firm's Labor & Employment Group. Krystle has been a litigator for her entire legal career, and has extensive experience handling employment litigation matters, including class, representative, and individual actions. She also has experience advising and counseling businesses on employment-related matters, and performing investigations. Krystle particularly enjoys representing businesses of all sizes and finding innovative, effective solutions to their problems. To that end, she has represented businesses in an array of industries, including aerospace, banking, consumer products, entertainment, insurance, government contracting, logistics, mortgage servicing, and professional sports.
Prior to focusing on labor and employment issues, Krystle was involved in a wide variety of litigation matters, including intellectual property, products liability, environmental, and insurance coverage disputes.Professional Highlights and Representative Experience
- Served as second chair trial counsel in a state court defamation and intentional interference of business dispute involving the former employee of a national, publicly-traded aerospace company.
- Decertified a multi-million dollar wage and hour class action in the Central District of California on the eve of trial.
- Obtained a defense judgment on a motion to dismiss and then obtained an affirmation of the dismissal in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal.
- Successfully prosecuted a $12,000,000 business fraud and civil RICO action on behalf of a publicly traded mortgage servicing company.
J.D., Tulane Law School, 2008
magna cum laude
B.A., University of Southern California, 2005
magna cum laude
State Bar of Georgia
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
United States District Courts for the Central District of California and Northern District of Georgia
- Highest Grade in Class Awards for Contracts, Legal Profession, and Intellectual Property in Sports
- Weistart Award for Sports Law I
- Participant in Tulane Law’s renowned Sports Law Program
- Order of the Coif
- Member of the Tulane Law Review
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