Kristin Nealey Meier is a compassionate, skilled attorney who sets herself apart by providing her clients with excellent communication, transparency and quick response time. Adept at fighting for her client’s best interests, Kristin has a “work together” attitude to meet their needs and expectations.
From established technology companies, to nursing home organizations, to emerging start-ups, Kristin enjoys working with businesses in a variety of industries. She focuses her varied litigation practice in the following areas:
HEALTHCARE : Having defended healthcare clients in litigation, regulation and employment issues, Kristin counsels her healthcare clients on how they can best protect themselves from the complexities of regulation in the industry. Her long-term care, skilled nursing and assisted living facility, medical device and surgery center clients seek her advice about minimum wage, unionization and other employment issues, medical malpractice claims, and regulatory charges. Kristin’s understanding of her client’s business, combined with her knowledge of the legal and regulatory framework every provider must navigate, enables her to provide clarity in the midst of an ever changing healthcare world.
EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS, BENEFITS & LABOR : All employers must deal with the evolving web of federal and state employment laws. In addition to representing employers in state and federal court, Kristin defends clients in investigations by the EEOC, Department of Labor, and other state and local agencies. Kristin also works with companies on a wide array of employment matters, including hiring and termination, cybersecurity, healthcare, wage and hour, discrimination and harassment, and retaliation. She assists clients in drafting employment agreements, severance packages, employee handbooks, employment policies and developing strategies for avoiding problems resulting in litigation.
TRUST AND ESTATE LITIGATION : Kristin is a trusted advisor to family members, trustees and personal representatives in disputes ranging from Will contests to interpretations of trust provisions. Her experience includes representing charities to ensure appropriate distribution under a Will, challenges to a Trustee’s withholding of information and inaction, challenging a Will because of undue influence and cases alleging breach of fiduciary duty against a trustee and personal representative.
- Boston University School of Law
- Washington State University
PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES:
- Member, Ellevate Network
- Member, Washington Technology Industry Association
- Member, LTC Risk Legal Forum
- Member, Washington Healthcare Association
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