Supreme Court Rules that a Wage & Hour Collective Action Can Be Mooted by an Offer to Pay the Lead Plaintiff in Full

In Genesis Healthcare v. Symczyk, decided April 16, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court held that a group, or collective, action to recover unpaid wages can be mooted by an employer’s offer to have judgment entered against it for the full amount of the lead plaintiff’s unpaid wages and reasonable attorney’s fees, if the court overseeing […]

My thoughts are with the Residents of Boston

As a former resident of Boston during my days as a student, I have very fond memories of the Boston Marathon.  (The Wellesley College campus is at the Marathon’s midpoint, and students traditionally cheer the marathoners with vigor.)  The bombings cannot destroy those fond memories or the spirit of the citizens of Boston.

Ms. Myer to Speak About Employment Law Matters of Concern to Small Businesses April 25

Ms. Myer will speak to the Atlanta Bar Association’ Solo and Small Firm Section on April 25 on issues in employment law of concern to small businesses.

Ms. Myer to speak at Emory University Law School on March 28 on Social Media and Technology in the IP Workplace

Ms. Myer Will Chair the State Bar of Georgia’s Annual Technology Law Institute on October 25, 2013

Ms. Myer has agreed to chair the State Bar of Georgia’s 28th Annual Technology Law Institute on October 25, 2012.  The Institute provides an annual update on a variety of legal issues of interest to attorneys who handle technology law.  More details will be provided closer to the date of the Institute.

Ms. Myer to Speak at CLE Seminar on Professionalism April 18

Ms. Myer is continuing her tradition of speaking regularly to bar organizations on a variety of topics by appearing on a professionalism panel at a seminar on April 18, 2013.