Meg Kurlinski is a shareholder and chair of Godfrey & Kahn's Labor & Employment practice. Meg assists clients with a variety of labor and employment matters, including the management of day-to-day employment matters, drafting and enforcing restrictive covenant agreements, administering family and medical leave laws, advising on federal and state discrimination claims, conducting unlawful harassment investigations and drafting affirmative action plans.
Meg also counsels clients regarding the employment and labor matters that are related to business sales, mergers and acquisitions, and other corporate restructuring, including employment and labor due diligence, employee selection and retention, employment agreements, and reduction-in-force issues. In addition, Meg counsels employers on international employment and business issues.
Meg regularly conducts workshops and seminars on employment law topics for clients and other employment law professionals.
Meg received her law degree from Washington University School of Law with honors. While at Washington University, Meg was a staff editor for Washington University Global Studies Law Review. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, cum laude, from Truman State University.