Laurie Meyer Recognized by The National Law Review as a 2019 “Go-To Thought Leader” in Employment Law
MILWAUKEE – Davis|Kuelthau, s.c. is pleased to announce Laurie Meyer has been recognized as a 2019 Go-To Thought Leader by The National Law Review in the area of Employment Law. This distinction recognizes authors who “not only demonstrate a depth of legal knowledge but also outline the steps needed for compliance and/or adaptation.” NLR’s Go-To Thought Leaders are further distinguished as those who “are not only reader favorites but are often quoted in other publications and/or syndicated in other media.”
Honorees were selected by The National Law Review’s editors who conducted an extensive analysis of more than 100,000 articles. Less than 1% of The National Law Review’s authors and organizations earned this honor.
As noted in a statement released by NLR, “…specifically, [Laurie’s] piece discussing the use of FMLA time for parents attending their school-aged children’s IEP meetings, is a reader favorite. Ms. Meyer’s thought leadership covers a variety of employment law issues including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), and the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, as well as other federal, state, and local laws and ordinances.” Only ten other attorneys were recognized in the Employment Law category.
The National Law Review is a business-to-business legal news website developed for in-house counsel, business owners and executives, and other business professionals. This is the second year it has recognized authors and organizations who have contributed value to its legal and business news service.
Davis|Kuelthau, s.c. offers an array of innovative legal solutions to business owners and corporations of all sizes, including emerging, middle market and Fortune 500 companies, high net worth individuals and families, private and institutional investors, and lenders. Relative to this award, the firm’s Labor and Employment Team assists private and public employers with the full range of issues that arise in the modern workplace. The team’s professional objective is to go beyond compliance and help employers to make processes more efficient, effective and compatible with successful employee relations. The firm’s attorneys, who practice from three offices across Wisconsin, have national experience combined with strong community ties.