Lucky Meinz

Lucky Meinz

Lucky Meinz is a partner in the Labor and Employment Practice Group in the firm's San Francisco office.

 

Lucky counsels employers on all aspects of employment law, including wrongful termination, retaliation, discrimination, breach of contract, non-compete, incentive compensation, and other and wage and hour matters. She regularly reviews and drafts company policies, employee handbooks, and employment agreements.

 

Lucky is also an experienced litigator who has successfully defended single-plaintiff, representative, class, and collective actions in arbitration, trial, and appellate courts. Her courtroom achievements include single-plaintiff and class action dismissals, defeating class certification, winning summary judgments, settling disputes on favorable terms prior to litigation, getting default judgments vacated, getting defendants dismissed and compelling arbitration of claims.

 




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Articles and Video:

Delaying Enforcement of Arbitration Agreements May Lead to Undesirable Consequences (02/05/21)
In Garcia v. Haralambos Beverage Co., the California Court of Appeal embraced the adage “time kills all deals” to conclude that an employer waived its right to arbitrate the claims at issue by delaying two years to seek arbitration and waiting to locate the plaintiffs’ signed arbitration agreements.