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Mark Meredith focuses his practice on complex employment litigation, corporate governance issues, trade secret disputes and class actions. Mark represents clients ranging from major financial institutions, Fortune 100 pharmaceuticals and retail stores, and premier fashion houses. He has experience litigating in state and federal courts throughout the United States on a variety of matters, including litigation involving wage and hour class actions, trade secret theft, restrictive covenants, WARN Act class actions, and ERISA claims. He has substantial experience advising executives and corporations with respect to employment contracts, separation agreements, and nondisclosure agreements, all with an eye toward avoiding future litigation. Read Mark Meredith's full bio.
By Lindsay Ditlow, Michael J. Sheehan, Carole A. Spink, Mark Meredith and Christina S. Dumitrescu on Jun 30, 2021
Posted In Benefit Controversies, Employee Benefits, Employment, Fiduciary and Investment Issues, Health and Welfare Plans, Labor, Privacy and Data Security, Retirement Plans
Employment law continues to evolve, and it can be a challenge amid an ever-changing landscape of local employment laws for human resources executives and employment counsel at multinational businesses to maintain a consistent global corporate culture. McDermott’s Global Employment Law Update brings you the key highlights from across Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin and North America....
By Richard I. Scharlat, Michael J. Sheehan, Mark Meredith, Lindsay Ditlow, Dana L. Sanders, Carole A. Spink, Christina S. Dumitrescu and Brian S. Cousin on Mar 17, 2020
Posted In Employee Benefits, Employment, Health and Welfare Plans, Labor
We are proud to introduce the first annual McDermott Global Employment Law Year in Review: 2019. The purpose of this publication is to provide you with concise summaries of many of the laws and court decisions from 2019 that significantly impact employers and employees all over the world. Many of the updates presented in this...