Lindsay R. Meyer


Lindsay R. Meyer

Associate Attorney

Lindsay R. Meyer is a graduate of the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. Ms. Meyer’s practice is substantially devoted to advising clients on personnel policies and practices, wage and hour compliance, employment and severance agreements, conducting harassment and management training sessions, alternative dispute resolution, drafting employee handbooks and a wide variety of other employment issues. Ms. Meyer has represented numerous clients in a wide range of employment related matters, including discrimination, harassment, wage and hour violations, wrongful termination, unfair competition, breach of contracts, and trade secret misappropriation, in both state and federal court, and before the CA Labor Commissioner, CA Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board, CA Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), as well as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). She is licensed to practice law before all courts of the State of California and the United States District Courts for Northern and Eastern California.

J.D., University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law

B.A., California State University of Chico

Lindsay Meyer Successes:

Represented client in lawsuit against landlord on behalf of client/tenant, a business owner in a long-term commercial lease for the location of its progressive educational school program, regarding breach of contract and successfully renegotiated the terms of the lease to obtain a significantly more favorable long term lease on behalf of tenant, as well as full reimbursement to client of excess Common Area Maintenance (CAM) charges based on renegotiated lease terms.

Successfully represented business executive against former corporate employer for failure to pay earned commissions and bonuses at hearing before the California Labor Commissioner and received a decision in favor of the employee. The decision was not appealed by the employer and the judgment was paid in full.

Successfully defended residential care home client relating to numerous claims by a former caretaker employee pertaining to numerous violations of the California Labor Code and obtained a favorable resolution saving the client thousands of dollars, including preventing the employee from pursing a PAGA action against the client. Post resolution, assisted client in revising internal policies and procedures to ensure compliance with California law to limit future risk of exposure.