Meredith Biggs joined the firm in 2015, and is an associate in the Labor & Employment practice group.
Meredith focuses on resolving employment disputes, including claims involving Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act regarding discrimination or sexual harassment. She is also involved in claims pertaining to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), as well as non-compete agreements and contract disputes, among others. In addition, Meredith advises clients on employment related isues as they arise and answers questions related to the hiring or firing of an employee.
Meredith’s trial experience as a former prosecutor enables 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
- “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
- JMI Leaders Fellowship Class III, co-chair, 2016
- Alliance for Freedom, Restoration and Justice, volunteer advocate
- Belle Glade Life Center, volunteer