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Krystle D. Meyer

Associate, Los Angeles
Los Angeles
t: 213.402.9570
f: 213.330.4501

Overview

Krystle Meyer is an associate in the firm’s Los Angeles office. Krystle exclusively represents employers in single-plaintiff, multi-plaintiff, class action, and representative matters brought under California’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA). She has extensive experience with wage and hour, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, defamation, and trade secret-related litigation in state and federal court. Krystle also has experience providing advice and counsel to employers on issues including hiring and termination, employee classification, leaves of absence, wage and hour policies, and employee handbooks. Additionally, Krystle has significant experience both conducting and advising as to best practices with respect to workplace investigations. Krystle has represented clients in a broad range of industries, including banking and financial services, consumer products, logistics, professional sports, and fashion industries.

Prior to joining Fisher Phillips, Krystle gained extensive experience with intellectual property, business, consumer collections, antitrust, and products liability litigation matters.

While in law school, Krystle was an editor of the Tulane Law Review and participant in Tulane’s world-renowned Sports Law program.

Experience

Experience

  • Secured an eight-figure settlement in connection with a business fraud and RICO action brought on behalf of a financial services company against former executives.
  • Second-chaired a defamation and intentional interference trial to verdict, which was overturned in favor of the employer on appeal.
  • Successfully convinced a federal district judge to reconsider the denial of a motion to decertify a wage and hour class action on the eve of trial.
  • Conducted a large-scale sexual harassment workplace investigation involving nearly one hundred former employees amidst significant press coverage and commentary.

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