Meggen Lindsay practices traditional labor law and employment litigation.
She represents management in multiple industries–with a primary focus on healthcare and non-profit organizations–during collective bargaining negotiations with labor unions, counsels employers in administering contracts, and conducts training on the National Labor Relations Act. She represents employers in grievance arbitrations, and defends employers against unfair labor charges and in contested hearings before the National Labor Relations Board, as well as represents employers who have received election petitions from unions.
Meggen’s employment practice includes both appellate practice and litigation at the trial court level, in both state and federal courts. She routinely responds on behalf of clients facing discrimination charges before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Department of Human Rights. She also counsels employers on a variety of workplace matters, including handbook revisions, state and federal wage-and-hour laws, the Family Medical Leave Act, and other issues of statutory and common law compliance.
Meggen rejoined the firm in 2015 after clerking on the Minnesota Supreme Court.
In her first career, Meggen spent a decade as an award-winning print journalist in Chicago and as a reporter and editor at the St. Paul Pioneer Press.