Meagan Martin

Counsel

Orlando
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Overview

Meg Martin focuses her practice on labor and employment law, advising and representing clients with respect to a wide scope of labor and employment law issues. Meg also handles matters regarding accessibility compliance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). As a former assistant state attorney, she brings to her practice a background of significant trial experience and a diligent approach to her clients' needs. 

Select Experience

  • Represented a national financial services company in an FLSA lawsuit. Drafted opposition to the plaintiff’s motion for conditional certification, which resulted in the court’s denial of conditional certification of a statewide class.
  • Represented a local business in a discrimination lawsuit brought under the Florida Civil Rights Act. First-chaired an evidentiary hearing involving expert testimony on the plaintiff’s execution of a jury trial waiver form. The court held that the plaintiff had executed the form and struck the plaintiff’s jury trial demand.
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Experience

  • Represented a national financial services company in an FLSA lawsuit. Drafted opposition to the plaintiff’s motion for conditional certification, which resulted in the court’s denial of conditional certification of a statewide class.
  • Represented a local business in a discrimination lawsuit brought under the Florida Civil Rights Act. First-chaired an evidentiary hearing involving expert testimony on the plaintiff’s execution of a jury trial waiver form. The court held that the plaintiff had executed the form and struck the plaintiff’s jury trial demand.
  • Represented a private school in a breach of contract case brought by a terminated teacher. Conducted written discovery and the plaintiff’s deposition. The plaintiff dismissed her case with prejudice after her deposition.
  • Served as first chair on behalf of a public agency in a grievance arbitration brought by the employees’ union.
  • Represented an international company in the aviation industry in connection with putative collective actions under the FLSA. Drafted multiple motions, including a motion for summary judgment. Handled settlement efforts, both in mediation and before the court.
  • Drafted contracts for international, national and local businesses, including executive employment agreements and separation and severance agreements (for individuals and as a result of reductions in force).
  • Handled several lawsuits regarding accessibility compliance under the ADA.
  • Advised a company involved in a bankruptcy proceeding regarding various employment issues.

Recognitions and Memberships

Recognitions

  • The Best Lawyers in America® (2021 to 2022)
    • “Ones to Watch” Florida: Litigation - Labor and Employment

Memberships

  • Federal Bar Association
  • Orange County Bar Association
  • Central Florida Association for Women Lawyers

Community

  • Coalition for the Homeless: Board of Directors
    • Doug Spencer Golf Challenge

Prior Positions

  • Office of the State Attorney, Ninth Judicial Circuit: Assistant State Attorney (2011 to 2014)
  • United States District Court, Middle District of Florida: Federal Judicial Intern (2010)
  • Ninth Judicial Circuit Court: Judicial Intern (2009)
  • Stetson University College of Law
    • Research Assistant (2008 to 2010)
    • Teaching Assistant for Trial Advocacy (2009 to 2010)
  • United States House of Representatives: Congressional Intern (2004)

Admissions

  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
  • Florida

Education

  • J.D., Stetson University College of Law, 2010; with honors; Stetson Law Review, Articles and Symposia Editor; Moot Court Board Member; Honors Program; Richard A. Harrison Scholarship; Gariann Vause Memorial Scholarship; Victor O. Wehle Trial Advocacy Award
  • M.Ed., Program of Study in Organizational Leadership, Vanderbilt University, 2007
  • B.S., Political Science, Vanderbilt University, 2006

Blog

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Employment Law Spotlight
Philadelphia Enacts Ordinance Banning Pre-Employment Marijuana Testing
By Saima Z. Sheikh, Christian R. White
January 13, 2022
As of Jan. 1, 2022, employers in the City of Brotherly Love are prohibited from requiring job applicants to undergo pre-employment drug testing for marijuana use. The ordinance, referred to as the Prohibition on Testing for Marijuana as a...
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Employment Law Spotlight
Far from Home in the Multiverse of Madness: Where Are We Now with Respect to the Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate?
By Marc A. Antonetti
December 17, 2021
Do you like superhero movies? If you’re like me, you eagerly await the premieres of the new Spiderman movie this week and the Dr. Strange movie next year, where our heroes are expected to delve into the problem of multiple parallel...
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Employment Law Spotlight
Tax Withholding Policies in a Work-From-Home Environment
By Edward J. Bernert, David D. Ebersole, Matt Hunsaker, Michael J. Semes, Christopher J. Swift
December 7, 2021
Working from home some or all of the time has become commonplace and seems likely to continue regardless of what happens with the COVID-19 pandemic. New ways of working require new ways of handling tax withholding. Employers may need to...
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Employment Law Spotlight
Kentucky Federal Court Issues Three-State Preliminary Injunction Against Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate
By Marc A. Antonetti, M. Scott McIntyre
December 3, 2021
By Marc Antonetti and Scott McIntyre On Nov. 30, 2021, the Eastern District of Kentucky enjoined President Biden’s federal contractor vaccine mandate in Commonwealth of Kentucky v. Joseph R. Biden. Under Executive Order 14042, covered...
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Employment Law Spotlight
Weigand v. N.L.R.B: A Double Standard for Social Media?
By Meagan Martin, Patrick M. Muldowney
April 30, 2015
On April 17, 2015, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit upheld a National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB” or “Board”) decision finding a local branch of the Amalgamated Transit Union (“Union”) could not be held...
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