U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Recess Appointments to NLRB

Those who have followed the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) over the past few years may be aware that there was a period of time when the majority of the 5-member Board consisted of “recess appointments” by President Obama.  In other words, because Washington gridlock resulted in the President being unable to obtain Senate approval […]

The Myer Law Firm is Celebrating Five Years of Service to Clients

After several years of practicing law in larger firms, Mari Myer founded The Myer Law Firm in May 2009.  Many thanks to the clients, colleagues and friends who have helped to make The Myer Law Firm successful.

EEOC and US Department of Labor Shutter Their Doors

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and U.S. Department of Labor have both announced that virtually all of their functions have temporarily ceased, pending adoption of a budget for FY 2014 by the federal government.  Although the EEOC will allow claims to be filed so as to protect claimants from missing filing deadlines, no claims will […]

Ms. Myer will chair the State Bar of Georgia’s Technology Law Institute on October 25, 2013

Ms. Myer will chair the State Bar of Georgia’s Technology Law Institute on October 25, 2013. The keynote speaker will be Jeffrey Hermes, director, Digital Medial Law Project, Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, speaking on “Beyond Citizen Journalism:  Technology, Speech and Civic Participation in the Digital Age”. For additional information […]

Ms. Myer will speak about Social Media and Employment Law at a Seminar at the State Bar of Georgia on September 20, 2013

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.