Megan Lewis has more than 15 years of experience advising both public and private employers on matters ranging from hiring and firing to wage and hour issues to employee requests for reasonable accommodations, and everything in between.  She is keenly aware of the unique challenges faced by employers in California, and she uses her experience to counsel clients in a way that maximizes risk mitigation while also prioritizing the client’s goals for their business.

Megan is an accomplished litigator and has efficiently and effectively represented her clients in both state and federal court, as well as in arbitration and before government agencies.  She works with clients to develop creative approaches to resolving claims prior to litigation and guides them through the litigation process where such resolution is not possible or desirable.  Megan has experience defending employers with respect to alleged violations of Title VII, the Fair Employment and Housing Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the California Labor Code, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and the California and United States Constitutions, among others.   

Megan also has extensive experience advising on and conducting workplace investigations related to, for instance, allegations of harassment, discrimination, workplace violence, misuse of funds/embezzlement, conflicts of interest, and off-duty misconduct.