Meredith Biggs Plummer, who joined the firm in 2015, is an attorney in the Labor & Employment practice group. Meredith represents clients in employment related disputes, such as claims of discrimination and retaliation under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), among others, as well as wage and hour claims and breach of contract claims.

Outside of litigation, Meredith consults with companies on employee-related issues, including hiring and firing decisions, employee discipline, making reasonable accommodations, implementation and application of policies, employment and independent contractor contracts, non-competes, employee trainings, and legal compliance. She regularly conducts or oversees investigations into employee complaints when they are sensitive in nature or require an outside party. Meredith’s consulting work focuses on helping employers walk through challenging situations they face with employees to help ensure they are complying with the law and to minimize the risks of litigation.

Meredith prioritizes reliability, communication, and timeliness when tending to client needs and enjoys advocating for clients and achieving just outcomes. She also aims to help clients improve their employee relations and implement best practices to minimize areas of exposure.   Licensed since fall 2011, Meredith was formerly a prosecutor for the State Attorney’s Office in Brevard County, Florida, enabling her to fearlessly advocate for her clients in either state or federal court.

  • “Outstanding Program,” National Award for Presentation, Inn of Court, 2013
  • Liberty University Law Review
  • “Vaccine Mandate on Businesses with 100 Employees or More”, Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce, speaker, November 16, 2021
  • “The Pro Se Litigant,” Vassar B. Carlton Inn of Court, 2013
  • “Vaccine Law: Friend or Adversary?” The Student Appeal, March 1, 2012
  • “The Unfolding Legal Dilemma Created by Honor and Apostasy Crimes in the United States,” Liberty University Law Review, Vol. 5, Number 3, 2011
  • Palm Beach County Bar Association
    • Professionalism Committee, 2016-present
    • Judicial Relations Committee, secretary, 2016-present
    • Young Lawyers Division, 2015-present
  • Vassar B. Carlton Inn of Court, 2012-13
  • YMCA of the Palm Beaches
    • Annual Prayer Breakfast committee, 2017-present
      • Co-chair, 2017
  • JMI Leaders Fellowship Class III, co-chair, 2016
  • Alliance for Freedom, Restoration and Justice, volunteer advocate
  • Belle Glade Life Center, volunteer

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