Practice Areas

The Myer Law Firm represents businesses and individuals in the following types of matters, appearing in all Georgia trial and appellate courts, before the EEOC, and in courts and agencies in other states (by special appearance) as client needs dictate:


  • Noncompetes
  • Covenants Not to Solicit Customers
  • Severance Packages
  • Employment Agreements
  • Termination Agreements
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Wage & Hour
  • Retaliation
  • Americans With Disabilities Act
  • Tortious Interference With Business and Employment Opportunties
  • Intentional and Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress

Business Litigation:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Protection of Trade Secrets and Confidential Information
  • Fraud
  • Disputes Arising From Failed Business Acquisitions
  • Business Dissolution
  • Enforcement of Promissory Notes
  • Fraudulent Transfer
  • Enforcement of Settlement Agreements
  • Injunctive Relief and Specific Enforcement of Contract Terms Where Appropriate

Representative Matters:

  • In recent years, Ms. Myer has handled matters involving the following:
  • Favorable resolution of a dispute over a church’s management and property
  • Enforcement of franchisee’s obligations under a terminated franchise agreement
  • Favorable resolution of disputes over ownership and control of privately held companies
  • Resolution of disputes over employee separation agreements
  • Successful negotiation of severance packages for executive clients
  • Drafting of employment agreements, including post-employment restrictive covenants, and subsequent successful enforcement of the covenants with entry of injunctive relief
  • Successful defense of a nationally-recognized company in numerous wage and hour and retaliation claims
  • Successful prosecution of wage and hour claims on behalf of underpaid employees
  • Successful defense of corporate clients from claims filed with the EEOC and state counterpart agencies
  • Successful prosecution of claims of violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act
  • Successful protection of trade secrets from misappropriation
  • Protection of client falsely accused of misappropriation of alleged trade secrets
  • Successful defense of a nationally-known software company against claims of breach of contract and fraud involving development and sale of a proprietary computer system
  • Resolution of other types of commercial disputes